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Water Treatment Complementary Systems

Verind is very sensitive towards environment. For this reason our aim in the engineering of plants is the total re-use and re-cycle of waste water.

Our technologies

Quartzite, active carbon and multimedia: primary water treatment for civil and industrial use.

Softening, decationization, mixed bed polishing, total demineralization, decarbonization, partial demineralization, recycling of washing waters, selective removal of heavy metals.

Dissolved air floatation, water clarification, oil removal, industrial waste water purification for chemical and galvanic industries.

With a combination of these elements, waste waters may be reused in the “Zero Waste – ZLD” (zero liquid discharge) mode. This solution is definetely necessary whenever taking water from external sources (aquifers, surface waters) is hard, or when discharging effluents is a highly expensive operation.