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Haldor Topsoe, Inc.

Year Submitted: 2005

Process: Wastewater Treatment

Industry: Chemical Manufacturing

Wastes Reduced: Wastewater

Substance: Reverse Osmosis reject water

Equipment: Piping

Location: Pasadena TX

No. of employees: 150

Contact: Mark Decker

Phone: 281-228-5227



Description:

Wastewater generated from the Reverse Osmosis plant water treatment system used to generate approximately 3,500 gallons/day of wastewater that went to POTW via the chemical sewer. This reject water has been re-piped to plant cooling towers as make up water. This results in decreased water consumption and decreased wastewater generation.

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Source: ZeroWaste



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