Windsor Sathyam develops waster water recycle system
Chennai, Mar 24 (UNI) The city-based Windsor Sathyam Separation systems, an environmental technology promotion group has developed ''Innovative Evaporation System,'' a chemical-free and low-cost waste water recycle system for all industrial effluents to comply with zero discharge concept by the Pollution Control Board.
Addressing a press conference here today, Managing Director of the company G Arun said the uniqueness of this technology was the heat transfer medium.
Polymers, generally considered to be an insulator is utilised here as the conductor instead of metals in the conventional types, he said adding that combined with mechanical vapour recompression principle makes the system to work efficiently and reduces the energy costs up to 80 per cent over the other existing technologies.
This was a proven technology and a revolution in the recycling of waste water and desalination, he claimed and said using this technology, it was now possible to feed any waste water directly into the system and get pure water at a cost of just five paise per litre.
He said the company already has few operating installations in two textile units, one at Tiruppur and another at Perunthurai near Erode. It has bagged many orders from large industrial groups in the country, including an order worth Rs 10 crore from Bombay Rayon.
He said the projected turnover for the company this year was 40 crore, as against the previous year's turnover of Rs 10 crore.
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