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- Concept of Zero Discharge
- Zero Liquid Discharge
- Zero Liquid Discharge in Biopharmaceutical Production
Concept of Zero Discharge
One of the key elements in the transformation towards a circular economy CE is providing more sustainable practices for resources and waste management. Improvement actions focused on transformation towards a CE should be targeted at all groups of materials and waste. As water is essential for human survival and well-being and plays a significant role in sustainable development SD , the actions related to the reuse of water and the recovery of raw materials from wastewater and other water-based waste should be taken. The novelty of the proposed CE model framework is that it presents possible ways of implementing CE principles in the water and wastewater sector, with a strong emphasis not only technological but also organisational and societal changes. Application of the proposed model may help to further transform the European economy to the CE model. Moreover, the indicated model can be significant tool supporting an assessment of local or regional progress towards CE in the water and wastewater sector and further environmental management and planning. Transformation towards a circular economy CE has become a popular and important issue in environmental management in recent years [ 1 ].
The concept of zero discharge effluent aims to eliminate discharges to the aquatic environment, recycle and reuse all possible solid and liquid process wastes, and reduce air emissions to the lowest possible quantity and toxicity. Objectives i ii iii iv v the processes utilized for waste water treatment does not generate any additional pollutants production of waste is minimized by suitable selection of unit processes and adjusting operating parameters as far as possible, pollutants in the wastewater are transfered to solid phase sludge sludge is stored in a secured landfill recovery of reusable materials, especially water, is achieved. Design Considerations for treatment plant i ii iii iv v vi Treatment To achieve the above mentioned objectives, definition and adoption of suitable primary, secondary and tertiary treatment processes based on the physico-chemical characteristics of the waste water are very much essential. Irrespective of unit processes adopted in each treatment step, the main goal of primary treatment is to make the waste suitable for recovery during secondary treatment. And, the main objective of tertiary treatment is to treat the reject generated secondary treatment. Primary Treatment The quality of waste water determines the overall design of any zero discharge treatment system.
Zero-liquid discharge ZLD is a water treatment process in which all wastewater is purified and recycled; therefore, leaving zero discharge at the end of the treatment cycle. Commonly these wastewaters are discharged via a plant outfall to a surface water body, an evaporation pond, or in some cases deep well injected. However, there are growing environmental concerns regarding such discharge practices, which has resulted in the development of Zero Liquid Discharge ZLD processes. Zero liquid discharge can be defined broadly as a process for maximum recovery of water from a waste water source that would otherwise be discharged. This water is beneficially reused and the salts, and other solids contained in the waste water are produced and generally disposed in a landfill.
Zero Liquid Discharge
The biopharmaceutical industry, blessed with excellent water resources, has developed exacting specifications for the many types of water used in the manufacture of pharmaceutical products. Unfortunately, little attention has been given to losses from wastewater, reject water, and effluent that is sent to drain. This could be a looming problem. This increase will be generated by population growth, industrialization—especially in emerging economies, and rising demand for better drinking water. Unfortunately, accessible drinking-quality water will remain finite at 0. As a result, many pharmaceutical companies are considering ways to minimize their liquid discharge.
Waste is a valuable secondary carbon resource. In the linear economy, it is predominantly landfilled or incinerated. These disposal routes not only lead to diverse climate, environmental and societal problems; they also represent a loss of carbon resources. In a circular carbon economy, waste is used as a secondary carbon feedstock to replace fossil resources for production. This contributes to environmental protection and resource conservation.
Also little effort is made to reuse or recycle those wastes which mainly go for landfill. processing plant takes in freshwater and does not discharge any Conference on Building Partnerships for Moving towards Zero. Waste.
Zero Liquid Discharge in Biopharmaceutical Production
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