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Why even consider Water Reuse?
Water withdrawal rates have increased in recent years, partly due to the clear decrease in global fresh water and increasing demand. From 1996 to 2012, municipal water withdrawal rates increased 11.7 percent. Experts anticipate water rates will continue to increase over the next few years as utilities face costs associated with aging water infrastructure.
In addition to increased costs, manufacturers are faced with stricter water withdrawal and discharge regulations. Industrial users may soon face water rationing. In fact, some manufacturers are already facing local regulations limiting the amount of water available for their purposes.
Reusing water saves both money and the environment. Using less water means you’re paying for less of it and with this cost-effective solution, there’s also a way to reuse waste water, which is great for the environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Industrial water recycling and reuse refers to the practice of treating and repurposing wastewater generated by industrial processes, rather than disposing of it as waste.
Industrial water recycling can help companies reduce their water consumption, lower their operating costs, and reduce their environmental impact by minimizing the amount of wastewater they discharge.
Common applications for industrial water recycling and reuse include cooling tower makeup, boiler feedwater, process water, and irrigation.
Industrial water recycling and reuse may involve a variety of technologies, including membrane filtration, ion exchange, activated carbon adsorption, and reverse osmosis.
The decision to implement industrial water recycling and reuse will depend on a variety of factors, such as the type of industrial process, the volume of wastewater generated, and local regulations. A water treatment specialist can help evaluate the feasibility of recycling and reusing industrial water in your specific situation.