Rethink Water

Published:  17 March, 2017

Recovery_RO.jpgWith ever increasing sustainability, regulatory and financial pressures, VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES says now is the time to Rethink Water with its help. The company says Circular Economy initiatives operated by WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) have achieved water reductions in many industries so what more can be done in 2017? Veolia says rethinking water can open up a wide range of opportunities to manage water more efficiently, reduce consumption and save money via water reuse or reduced discharge costs.

With mains water costing £1 per m3 and sewer discharge costing double that, every cubic metre of water that is recycled can generate cost savings of around £4.50. Veolia says its range of packaged water and wastewater treatment technologies are cost effective and they include biological membrane processes capable of treating high COD wastewaters, such as those produced in food and beverage manufacturing, to better-than-potable quality for boiler make-up or cleaning in place, with the added advantage of biogas generation as a renewable energy source.

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