New statutory requirements have made the protection of resources a priority for Chinese industry
At the Water Expo in Beijing, experts from H2O Kunshan will explain how industrial production can protect water resources and avoid creating industrial wastewater. China’s biggest international water technology expo is set to take place from 18 to 20 November in the New China Exhibition Center, Beijing.
“Users of our wastewater treatment systems can make a sustainable contribution to the protection of our environment,” pledges Managing Director Matthias Fickenscher. “This is because the VACUDEST systems recycle wastewater from production so efficiently that it can be fed back into production processes. In this way, we can prevent even the most minute residual pollution from ending up in the public water system,” he explains. The VACUDEST system has already been installed in over 1,200 industrial productions – including Chinese ones – with great success.
The recycling process not only protects the environment, it also makes users independent from stringent discharge limits and enforcing agencies.
And best of all, users can save on the huge disposal costs. This is because 100 percent of wastewater produces up to 98 percent of reusable distillate and just two percent contaminants. As a result, disposal costs are reduced by 98 per cent. This way, the investment pays for itself in less than two years in the majority of cases.
Those interested can obtain more information at our H2O exhibition stand, Stand J07 in Hall E1. Alternatively, visit our homepage at www.h2o-de.com