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Arvind debuts game changing zero liquid discharge system
Jun '14
A subsidiary of diversified textile conglomerate Arvind Ltd, Arvind Envisol Pvt Ltd, which is in to manufacturing and marketing of zero water discharge and recycling solutions, recently held a road show in Ahmedabad to promote its products.

There were around 60 delegates from the textile, pharmaceutical and other sectors attending the road show.

Effluent treatment of textile liquid waste is highly complex and requires extensive treatment to achieve zero discharge. The last process of treating the chemical discharge is highly costly under present conventional solutions available in the market.

The solution from Arvind Envisol helps achieve zero discharge in true sense as it enables to recycle 95-96% of the water. It also helps in recycling the huge amount of salts used in the textile process which otherwise is dumped in landfills.

Speaking exclusively to fibre2fashion, Mr Dinesh Yadav – Director at Arvind Envisol Pvt Ltd explained the attributes & features of their zero water discharge equipment.

He said, “Reserve osmosis process is commonly used in the industry. However our solution helps in either complimenting or even eliminating the whole process of reverse osmosis, since it even treats the 20% of liquid discharge which even reverse osmosis cannot treat.”

Explaining about the technology he said, “This technology has been developed after nine years of research by Finnish based scientists. We have brought this technology to India and now have rights over 22 patents related to the technology and it is a game changer technology at an affordable cost”.

Revealing the manufacturing process, he explained, “We only import raw materials related to the machinery, while complete manufacturing of the exchanger is done by us in a plant set up in Chennai.”

Providing a cost comparison between conventional systems and the one from Arvind Envisol, Mr Yadav said, “The actual cost in treating water in a conventional treatment plant is anywhere between Rs 1000-1200 per metre cube and not Rs 600 as is understood. Against this, the solution from Arvind Envisol does not cost more than Rs 200 per metre cube, which makes it affordable to operate”.

“This solution finds application in textile, pharma, paper, steel and other sectors and Arvind Envisol has even exported this technology to developed countries in the world”, Mr Yadav concluded by saying. 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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