While freshwater reserves continue to diminish, the continuing demand for uninterrupted water supply urges the wastewater treatment manufacturers to build on greater efficiency and innovative breakthroughs for resolving the universal issue of water shortage. The technologies that industries focus on the most in treating their wastewater are reverse osmosis, carbon filtration, dewatering, disinfection, water reuse, ion exchange, and biological treatments that include aerobic and anaerobic treatments.
With organizations investing in large-scale wastewater treatment facilities today, a common goal for modern water treatment technologies is to reduce capital and operating expenses by avoiding a drastic modification of existing configurations and increasing throughput instead. The latest commercialization of the ultrafiltration (UF) membrane technology has greatly helped in this regard as water treatment facilities use the membrane layer to produce thinner hollow fibers while maintaining permeability and integrity, resulting in an overall reduction of system real estate.
Eager for more innovative improvements to industrial wastewater treatment systems, companies are witnessing a huge potential in automating and tracking the treatment processes. By applying tracking and metering devices and automated analytical procedures to wastewater treatment, companies have been better able to manage wastewater without the help of additional manpower.
As technology continues to build on the opportunity and resource that is wastewater, Utilities Tech Outlook has compiled a list of “Top 10 Wastewater Management Solution Providers” that continuously help organizations manage their wastewater within their industrial systems. This edition also features insights from thought leaders on the latest industry trends, innovations, and best practices on capturing, treating, and reusing industrial wastewater.
We present to you Utilities Tech Outlook’s “Top 10 Wastewater Management Solution Providers 2020.”