There has been lot of talk of wastewater treatment, over the recent years, as any lackadaisical approach regarding the same could negatively impact the environment and human health.
And textile manufacturers have a big role to play in this regard.
Facing environmental and economic requirements, textile manufacturers need to implement wastewater treatment technologies in their factories – there are no two ways about it.
VDMA, in its continual commitment to water and energy management, is yet again coming up with its next international VDMA webtalk on 9 September 2020 (2 pm – 4 pm CEST).
This technology webtalk will focus on ‘Waste water reduction and treatment in textile dyeing and finishing’.
So, who are the presenters and what are the topics!
Bertram Stetter in his presentation will state about airflow technology from FONG’S EUROPE, which leads to the lowest water consumption per kilogramme of textile in discontinuous dyeing processes by transporting textile goods with air.
Karl Hesse, from Körting Hannover, will explain how the operating costs of one’s mercerising process and the ecological footprint can be reduced at the same time. Savings of more than US $ 1 million every year are realistic and the pay-back time is less than 1 year.
Besides, Dr. Norbert Müller-Blanke, TIA Technologies for Industrial Wastewater Treatment, will focus on the necessity, benefits and operating requirements of wastewater treatment technologies.
Following the presentations, the experts will be available to respond to all the questions of the participants.
Those who have not registered as yet can still do so via https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5531298161916946192 (without any participation fee).