The textile industry has historically been a large consumer of water resources and produces wastewater with harmful chemicals and dyes that end up in the environment. As water scarcity increases globally and discharge regulations become more strict, water reuse, brine concentration, and a circular economy are critical for companies to not only reduce costs but be good global corporate citizens. Minimum and zero liquid discharge (MLD and ZLD) are two strategies gaining popularity to help industry comply with these regulations.

This webinar covers how pressure exchanger technology can help facilitate the adoption of MLD and ZLD. We discuss the current state of water treatment in the textile industry, existing pain points, and the value of utilizing energy recovery devices to significantly reduce the CAPEX and OPEX costs of MLD and ZLD, without sacrificing system reliability. We discuss process theory and look at real world case studies demonstrating the advantages and payback of our technology.