Regulations and reforms that specify and control the volume and extent of wastewater generated by Pulp & Paper Industry has undergone new developments defined both in terms of stricter enforcement and tougher standards on water use, wastewater generation, and concentration of salts. Most industries do not have sufficient understanding and resources to handle this challenge.
In water quality and resources management, an integrated approach is crucial for sustainable development. While reducing water waste is a top priority for leading companies, however, dwindling resources, rising water rates, and new regulatory compliances are a few of the many reasons facility managers are finding ways to handle this.
Emerging tools and technologies look at new models of data management, optimization, monitoring, and treatment.
The objective of this National conference is to create awareness towards increasingly advanced treatment technologies, including innovative strategies geared towards water reuse and resource recovery for Pulp and Paper manufacturers for wastewater management
- Development of Indigenous Technology
- Emerging reforms and policies
- Best Practices on water and wastewater Management in Pulp and Paper Sector
- Tools and Techniques for water reuse and recycling
- Means of Integration of Technology Providers with Technology users
National Conference this year will also recognise the best pratices of pulp & paper companies.
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