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New pilot plant to treat textile generated waste water
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Courtesy- Amity University, B L Arya and Shashi Kant Thakur with technology transfer agreement
Courtesy- Amity University, B L Arya and Shashi Kant Thakur with technology transfer agreement
Scientists and researchers of Amity University has recently developed an innovative technology for the treatment of waste water generated from textile and dyeing industry. The process decolourises and removes of organic pollutants and dyes present in real effluent of textile and dyeing industry.

The new technology developed is clean, green, sludge free, highly efficient and cost effective which will completely revolutionise the way waste treatment industry has been functioning in India.

An agreement of technology transfer was signed between B L Arya, registrar, Amity University and Shashi Kant Thakur, head operations, Dew Specialty Chemicals.

“As part of the association a pilot plant for waste water treatment will be set up in Amity and gradually, the technology will be implemented at industrial level,” said Thakur.

“It's a privilege for Dew Chemicals to associate with Amity and the current technology transfer between the two is a very valid and good opportunity which will lead to sustainable results in the future,” Thakur added. (NA)

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