Rainwater harvesting is becoming an increasingly important conservation technique and can result in significant savings.
Measures that help to control pollution and minimise wastes are becoming increasingly important issues for many organisations, businesses and individuals as they strive to improve their own environmental profile, reduce waste generation, meet increasingly stringent environmental discharge conditions (to air, water and land), and reduce operating costs.
Learn about improving pollution control processes through waste minimisation improvements, optimisation of costs, and techniques to help minimise industrial waste, wastewater and effluent... pollution control >>
This practical guide covers integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) practices, procedures and legislation.
Identification and implemention of process improvements including the reduction of water and chemical usage, and wastewater and effluent costs is important for anyone involved in the textile industry.
This useful article looks at ways of improving water efficiency in the textile and leather industries, where savings of between 20-50% on water and effluent charges may be possible.
Implementing changes that reduce the costs associated with water and wastewater in fruit and vegetable processing can have a positive impact on businesses operating in this sector at both an environmental and economic level.
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