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Large quantities of water are usually consumed in the textile industry. Both for the production of dyes, the rinsing during the various production processes and for the production of steam.

Modified process water qualities can contribute to a more efficient production process and a longer service life of the installations. They can therefore lead to operational cost savings. On the basis of the specific quality requirements for the process water and the available raw water sources (groundwater, tap water, surface water, effluent from waste water treatment ...) in the vicinity, we are looking for a solution that is both technically and economically interesting.

Waste water is also generated during the production process. This wastewater, which usually consists of fiber particles, oil/grease (e.g. spinning oils), dyes and other chemicals, often requires different purification stages (coarse screening, physicochemical, biological purification, post-purification ...) before it can be discharged, in accordance with the discharge standards. As a result of the usually high water consumption during production, the reuse of waste water is increasingly becoming interesting.