To meet with the growing water requirements, along with the wastewater from municipal sewage treatment plant, it is critical to consider the reuse of wastewater from the industries wherever possible. In the Indian context, this has already been started in some of the big industries especially in metro cities and it must be implemented at all level possible industries.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is known for making very pure water, but RO also makes a lot of wastewater known as RO Reject or RO Brine Concentrate. This saline water may be prohibitive to discharge in the local sewer, and hauling the wastewater to a treatment facility is expensive. Evaporation is one of the most economical and environmentally safe ways to dispose of brackish or salty water. The complete water treatment system is free of complicated machinery and chemistry, and it will save you cost in the long-run.
Water Today is organising a training program on Management of RO Rejects and Evaporators on 3rd September, 2020 that will comprise fundamental types of industrial evaporators and crystallizers used for wastewater treatment, brine management, or improving water reuse. Lower your risks and improve costs by understanding the trade-offs between the different evaporator types.
The training will focus on the basics of management of RO rejects and thermal evaporators thereby to equip the participant with a knowledge base and the skills that will help to better understand and manage RO rejects. The following will be covered in the training:
Thermal treatment of fluids.
Striping, Evaporation, Crystallisation, Drying, Incineration
Multiple Effect Evaporators including Falling Film, Rising Film, Forced circulation, Natural circulation and Plate type
Heat optimisation with multiple effects evaporators
Mechanical Vapour Recompression (MVR)
Thermal vapour Recompression (TVR)
Operation and maintenance
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About the Guest Trainer
Mr Yogen Parikh during his illustrious career has held many important positions including as First Director for US AEP project of US Government. He retired as Associate Director – Environmental Engineering from Jacobs Engineering India Pvt. Limited. He has a Chemical Engineering Degree from USA. Mr Parikh, a President of Indian Environmental Association, Past Chairman of Environment, Health and Safety Committee of Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry and member of many professional organizations. He has more than 40 years’ experience in all areas of Environmental Engineering including Environmental Impact Assessments, Water & Wastewater Treatment, Solid Waste Management, Water Distribution & Sewage Collection Networks, Sewage Treatment, Hazardous Waste Management, Risk Assessments, Environmental Audits, etc. With his vast experience in design and engineering of Effluent Treatment Plants, Environmental Impact Assessment Studies as well as Environmental Audits & Due Diligence, he is considered as one of the leaders in environmental consultancy. He has successfully conducted 50 training programs and trained more than 500+ people across the world.
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Training Date: 3rd September, 2020
Time: 3.30pm to 6.30pm (IST)