How does Netsol help paint industry to reuse waste water?
While paint and pigment manufacturing plants use water to make their products, the majority of their wastewater is generated by cleaning the numerous machines and equipment used to make water-based paints, solvent-based paints, and resins. Mixers, thinning tanks, and tinting and filling machines are among the regularly cleaned items. Large amounts of sludge can be created while processing wastewater from these applications, resulting in significant discharge costs on top of other associated expenditures to stay in compliance.
Netsol offers a technique that involves pumping raw influent from a primary holding tank through a pre-screen filter to remove coarse organic materials. Chemical coagulation is replaced with an electrocoagulation system, followed by clarifying with bio-organic flocculant medium. A micro filtration unit is used in the final tertiary wastewater filtering system procedure to remove the residual colour and particles. The system can result in a 97 percent reduction in COD, as well as a 70 percent reduction in discharge expenses. To further minimise operational expenses, the treated water can be used in washing applications and cooling towers.
How does Netsol help power generation industry to reduce cost and reuse waste water?
Water is used in enormous quantities in power generation facilities for a variety of operations to guarantee that the plant runs safely and efficiently. Water is used in cooling towers to prevent generators from overheating. On the other hand, water is heated in boilers to make steam, which is used to power turbines, which provide energy. However, these boilers can be fickle, and utilising water with pollutants can substantially lower their performance, and in some cases, outright damage them if not carefully monitored and handled.
Many power generation plants strive to recycle the water they use in order to operate more sustainably while lowering operational expenses. To accomplish so, a decentralised treatment system that is effective is the way to go.
Netsol is engaged by these facilities that are in need of a system that would fulfil these specific operational requirements. Hardness minerals, dissolved salts, trace hydrocarbons, and a few heavy metals, such as ferric iron, can be found in the influent feed water.Netsol candevelop, engineer, manufacture, and supply such systems. To eliminate the dissolved salts, the system can use reverse osmosis, but before that, contaminants can be removed using specialised Netsol wastewater filtration systems.
How does Netsol help pulp and paper industry to reduce cost and reuse waste water?
It is believed that 80 to 85% of the huge amounts of water needed in paper manufacture is used as process water, which means it is used directly in pulp/paper production. The resulting water is contaminated and must be treated before being discharged or reused. Of course, treating waste water is easier and more cost-effective in terms of reuse.
BOD, COD, turbidity, and suspended particles are all high in the wastewater. Netsol offers process design assistance, and an optimal treatment system, designed to fulfil the client's requirements. The system can include specialised screen filtration, followed by a Netsol electrocoagulation unit, further followed by a dissolved air flotation unit that may or may not use any polymers. Before reuse, the treatment can be finished with a post-filtration polishing system. The treated wastewater is suitable for use in production, cooling towers, and other non-potable applications on site due to its high quality.