Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD)
Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) is an industrial approach in which maximum amount of wastewater effluent is recovered for reuse purpose while dissolved salts and other constituent are disposed as solid waste. Therefore, there will not be any water discharge to the environment giving higher sustainability in terms of water usage. In a typical ZLD system, wastewater passes through an array of unit operations such as preliminary filtration, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, evaporation, crystallization and product water polishing.
Good Luck provides complete Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) plant delivering water usage and regulatory compliance targets. Although there are many ways to concentrate industrial wastewater up to saturation level, our innovative and integrated ZLD system effectively treats and recycles wastewater in a most sustainable way. Typical source of waters are municipal water or industrial wastewater. Wastewater passes through the series of pretreatment, primary treatment and secondary treatment steps. After secondary treatment, the solid waste is disposed and the remaining water is passed through series of membrane separation systems that allows clients to achieve Zero Liquid Discharge of industrial wastewater.
- Chemical Process Industries (CPI)- Regulatory Compliance and Water Recovery
- Textiles- Dyeing and Wash Water Treatment/Recycle
- Power Plants- Cooling Tower Blowdown Recycle
- Pharma- Water Reuse and Regulatory Compliance