The drought in the Western United States is dominating headlines. In order to conserve water, the agriculture industry will need to find ways to use less, with implications for the growing of crops and watering of animals to the processing of food.
Extremely dry conditions mean water sources like the Colorado River will not be able to meet demand. While this situation tends to be seasonal, it is becoming more frequent. The United Nations recently identified drought as the “next pandemic.”
Drought Mitigation: Water Audits
Has your facility assessed its water usage recently? Water audits focus on water management in your plant, allowing you to find out where and how to save water. Read more about water audits here.
Drought Mitigation: Water Reuse
One result of a water audit may be the implementation of a water reuse system. Water reuse can be an excellent way to reduce water demand and water discharge for a plant. This helps you save money and reduce the burden on the environment. Caloris offers an array of industrial wastewater treatment system solutions, including water reuse systems. Read more about industrial water recycling and reuse here.
Don’t Have a Drought? Conserve Anyway
Even if you don’t operate in a drought-prone area, there are benefits to installing water-saving systems. Industrial wastewater must be dealt with somehow — hauling costs, discharge permits, etc., all add up. Read how Caloris helped a dairy processor drastically reduce the amount of wastewater in their operation in this case study.
How Can We Help?
Caloris offers a variety of solutions for industrial water treatment, including membrane filtration, evaporation and drying. Our systems are customizable to your exact needs. How can Caloris help you achieve your mater management goals? Give us a call at 410-822-6900 or send email to email@example.com to be connected with an engineer.