How is Industrial RO Plant’s rejected water reused?
High TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) levels are present in the water that Industrial RO Plants reject. Salts from both organic and inorganic sources are included in this reject water. Numerous metallic and non-metallic substances, in addition to salts, are removed from waste water that the machines drain off.
This water is dangerous to drink and reuse, and unfit for both people and animals due to the pollutants present. Yet, reverse osmosis reject water can be used again with a few easy steps, preventing water waste.
Let’s learn some ways to reuse Industrial RO Plant rejected water!
· Utilize Industrial RO waste water for floor cleaning and mopping
To keep the areas where you work or live free of dust, bacteria, and diseases, you must mop floors every day. Any family, on average, needs twice as much drinking water to mop and clean surfaces, which is a lot.
Instead, you can use RO waste water in your industry for the same goals.
· Use rejected water to flush toilets
Toilet flushing uses a lot of water. A toilet with Ultra Low Flush may flush up to 1.6 gallons per flush. Older toilets had a flush volume of up to 7 gallons. Using recycled water instead of fresh water will have a significant impact, due to the high water consumption of toilet flushes.
So, flush toilets with the RO water that was rejected and contribute to water conservation at the same time. The ideal course of action is to immediately connect the flushing pipe of your toilet, to the waste RO water pipe. What a brilliant idea to recycle one waste product to get rid of another!
· Wash machines with RO waste water
Since, RO water has the ideal salt concentration to remove filth, washing your machines with it is another excellent use. In actuality, the majority of washing machine solutions contain a lot of the salts and compounds found in RO water, especially sodium salts.
You can clean machines with this water, but avoid washing the machine's internal components, because they might not work properly with the TDS content and other metallic materials in the rejected water.
· When cleaning sewage pipes, use Industrial RO reject water
Due to its salinity, the RO reject water can be utilized to treat sewage pipes in industrial or culinary settings. As a result of persistent buttery and oily wastes, the pipes become greasy.
The task can be completed using a small amount of RO water and a diluted acid. The hard leftover water that may have clogged other appliances can also be removed, using the waste RO water.
· Clean kitchenware using RO reject water
This is also one of the finest utilities for RO reject water because washing dishes and cleaning sinks take a lot of water, and they clean more effectively if they are cleaned with hard water.
As a result, waste RO water works best to clean utensil sinks because the salt component prevents leftover food, from sticking to utensils.
Use this water to rinse the dishes, not scrub them. The utensils will be free of all food and grease acidic particles, thanks to the salt environment.
How can we assist?
All of these methods for reusing RO reject water can be very advantageous, but they can also take a lot of time and work.
Therefore, the best method for enhancing water quality can be chosen with the help of experts from Netsol Water because for us, every project is unique. For further information, contact us at +91 9650608473 or email at email@example.com