Heat exchangers for the industry save 60% energy

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Depending on the chosen system, up to 60% of savings can be achieved: in general a payback of between 1 and 5 years.

In industry, lots of hot water is used for cleaning. Hot water of 60 to 80 ° C is very common. During the industrial process a lot of heat flows directly with the wastewater into the sewer.

What a waste of energy! With Regain heat exchangers, heat can be recovered from wastewater. Read More

Six Steps for Managing Water Risks Industries

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Businesses should think collaboratively, and leading companies are already demonstrating the value of partnerships in managing water risk in their value chains

In its 2014 Global Risks report, the World Economic Forum identified water crises as one of the risks of highest concern.

For businesses, it is important to understand operational and market contexts to manage water risk and leverage opportunity, according to The Guardian.

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Mega Water Project China Is Useless

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Mega water diversion project China will only solve water shortage of 5%

Enormous water transportation from the South of China to the dryer Northern regions seems to be useless. This is one of the conclusions mentioned in a scientific report which is published in PNAS. China has been building a canal from the South to Peking. A distance of 750 miles (1200 km). Transportation of water will supply only 5% in the water needs of Beijing while the Southern exporting provincies will be running out of water. Read More

China invests in water treatment solutions

The environment is high on China’s political agenda. It’s all about 'war on water pollution'.

The environment is high on China’s political agenda. It’s all about ‘war on water pollution’.

The environment is high on China’s political agenda. It’s all about ‘war on pollution’. The message is clear: policies to tackle pollution and water scarcity will ‘spill over’ to impact industry. Financial analysts are trying to quantify the financial implications of these regulations. On the flip-side, there is increased interest in the water & wastewater treatment and waste-to-energy sectors.  Read More