Waste Water Treatment Systems

Dyeing plants produce two types of waste. We can separate them into liquid and gaseous.

Liquid waste comes from chemical pre-cleaning, the E/D line and the hydrofilter dyeing booths.

Gaseous waste is volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These wastes are generated in the solvent-based paint application system.

To purify alkaline and acidic effluents, chemicals are dosed to precipitate heavy metals. Heavy metals that have become solid waste after precipitation are passed through a press filter to dewater them. Purified water is passed through sand filters and activated carbon filters before being discharged into the natural environment.

If required, water discharged into the natural environment can be recycled by passing through demineralised water equipment.

We install incineration or biological treatment systems to remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

In terms of running costs, the biological treatment system is quite efficient. However, it is ideal to have uninterrupted production in this system.

The operating costs of incineration systems are high. On the other hand, it is possible to use waste heat to reduce costs. This is why we install waste heat boilers.

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