One of the most serious issues that the world is facing today is that of disposing of industrial waste into water, which results in people being unable to gain access to clean water and forced to consume liquid filled with deadly chemicals.
Amongst tall, the textile industry is known to use a higher amount of water on regular basis for dyeing and other purposes, resulting in depletion of water resources around the world. The effluent from these industries contains sodium sulphate, sodium chloride, artificial colors and other salts, which are harmful for human health.
If left untreated, the waste and effluent from the textile industry seeps into the ground, mixing with drinking water and leading o serious health problems in people who consume it. This is why, Water World has proudly introduced textile effluent recycling plants which filter and purify waste water from the textile industry and make it good for re-use.
The Recycling Process
Recycling effluent and making it re-usable it not an easy task! It takes huge machinery and advanced equipment to filter out chemicals and toxins, making it safe to be re-used by the masses. Water World textile effluent recycling plants works on two basic technologies: separation and evaporation.
The plant uses advanced membranes to separate chemicals and contamination particles from the water first and then moves on to evaporate salts and dyes that would otherwise make the water unhealthy and unsafe for re-use. Once the process is completed, the water is packed and either sent in the market for selling purposes or re-used by the textile industries for dyeing.
Our effluent recycling plan leaves no residue behind, is easy to operate and evaporates effluent to zero percent, thus making the water suitable for re-use, which can either be used for drinking or by industries for dyeing.