The plant is the first such facility in North Africa to use a membrane filtration process, and is aimed at helping to protect the Oued Hassar from wastewater discharge from Mediouna.
What does WWD stand for?
WWD stands for Wastewater Discharge
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The project and the GE-supplied advanced water treatment technology will support Bapco's environmental leadership efforts to achieve the stringent wastewater quality levels specified by Bahrain's General Directorate of Environment and Wild Life Protection regulations for wastewater discharge into the gulf.
Introduction Wastewater discharge fluctuates hourly as a result of human activity and more spcifically is irregular use of water supply.
This is an important reminder to businesses to ensure that their wastewater discharges meet federal, state and local requirements," said Martin Suuberg, director of MassDEP's Central Regional Office in Worcester.
The environment-evaluation team recently held a meeting to discuss wastewater discharge but failed to reach a consensus, with the CTSP Administration required to re-propose its wastewater disposal, Yang said.
Improvement in wastewater discharge quality with charged starches * Elimination of chemicals and equipment for on-site conversion of native starches * Reduction in labor costs due to the simplicity of cooking and using modified starches * Improvement in cooked starch stability and hence minimum starch rejection * Attainment of consistent quality starch leading to reduced process variation * Enhancement in overall operation due to vendors' service and application of best practices One paper mill saw dramatic improvement in white water and paper quality by replacing native starch in the wet end with a cationic starch.