Water reuse turns wastewater into resource at surface treatment plant
Previously, Grundfos disposed of used rinse water in the CED surface treatment plant at one of its factories. Now, the company treats it and reuses it onsite, saving water for both the factory and the community.
Water saving innovation just what your customers are seeking
Plumbers and plumbing service providers know that millions of homes around Australia feature hot water reticulation systems that waste thousands of litres of water annually – because of the design of their hot water systems.
A safe and reliable alternative in the Australian Outback
No commodity is more precious in the vast Australian Outback than water, especially on cattle and sheep properties that are measured in thousands of square kilometres. However, Hamilton Downs, a 2,000 km² cattle property 80 km South West of Alice Springs, averages barely 280 mm of rain a year, and relies totally on underground water. Up until now the property has relied on wind power and a supporting diesel generator for a constant water supply. Nevertheless, a large number of windless days ...
Achieving savings and process safety at SaSch
Since switching to SMART Digital dosing pumps from Grundfos in 2013, the SaSch public bath in Bruchsal, Germany, has enjoyed benefits such as chemical savings and unmatched operational reliability. Six DDA-FCM 7.5-16 dosing pumps handle the all-important water treatment processes at the facility in a safe, accurate and cost-efficient manner.
Arla: Fieldbus controlled dosing at dairy.
Europe’s largest dairy ARLA Foods A/S, processes some 7,1 billion kilos of milk per year. The wastewater from the dairy’s cheese production is treated according to local standards before it is discharged into the Gudenaa river.