BEIJING, CHINA, October 30, 2012 – Tom Tseng, General Manager, Aquatech (Guangzhou) Water Treatment Co. Ltd., will present a paper on “Cost Effective Solution of Waste Water Reuse & ZLD in CTX with Reference in China” at the 3rd Annual World Clean Coal Week, China Focus 2012, which takes place November 5-8 in Beijing. The focus of the conference is for clean coal practitioners to learn from each other in terms of clean coal technology implementation.
“Coal to produce gas, chemical and liquid (CTX) is a hot topic for China in order to balance the energy import from oversea. Wastewater treatment and reuse have become critical issues, because these waters are in high Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) as well as high COD content. At the same time, huge water consumption in processes requires strategies to maximize water reuse. In some areas, even ZLD is becoming a complementary solution,” said Mr. Tseng.
This paper presents an industrial project where the reuse and ZLD system was provided to reclaim 91% of feed water, with only 9 cubic meters per hour m3/hr of heavy polluted brine discharged to solar pond.
“We are looking into the technical challenges faced and how they are handled using proven technologies in innovative way, while also reviewing economical parameters to show cost effectiveness from CAPEX and OPEX,” he added.
Aquatech, a global leader in water purification technology for industrial and infrastructure markets, is a Presentation Sponsor for the event.
Aquatech (www.aquatech.com) is a global leader in water purification technology for industrial and infrastructure markets with a focus on desalination, water reuse, and zero liquid discharge. The company is headquartered in the United States, and has a significant presence worldwide through subsidiaries in India, Europe, the Middle East, and China. Aquatech strives to provide technology leadership and performance excellence to the global water industry, and aims to support its clients with cutting edge sustainable solutions, minimizing their life cycle cost, as well as their carbon and water footprint.