Electrodeionization (EDI) is a technology that combines two water purification techniques, electrodialysis and ion exchange, to produce ultrapure water.
We analyze different solutions and technologies for the treatment of wastewater and effluents generated in the fish, sead food and canned fish industries.
Wastewater with refractory COD can not be treated with traditional biological processes. Wet oxidation is one of the most efficient solutions nowadays and we analyze its different types.
Wastewater generated in nuclear power plants reactors contains a high amount of tritium. We analyze the different technologies for its treatment, such as cryogenic distillation and electrolysis.
Real example of wastewater valorization in a paper production factory that recovers a valuable and marketable resource such as ammonium sulfate from its industrial effluents.
Design, installation and application of filtration ceramic membranes for the treatment of industrial process water and industrial effluents.
Overview of the different technologies for the treatment of wastewater generated in the washing of spent lead-acid batteries and for the recycling of heavy metals dissolved in the effluent.
Thermal degasification is used to obtain ultra pure feedwater for industrial heaters and eliminate the dissolved gases in the demineralized water.
Industries are increasingly aware of the need to treat the effluents and waste they produce and optimise their management to reduce their costs and protect the environment; in fact, the trend is to consider them as part of their production processes.