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The dark side of
Urbanization and Industrialization
The Whole Ecosystem
Many textile industries use chlorine-bound organic colorants that are carcinogenic. According to a case study reported in Tribune, on 7th April 2009, in a village near Bhatinda, Punjab, India, the farmers developed cancer as, due to the lack of canal water, they had to use toxic sludge from factories to irrigate their farms
Cancer causing effects
Harming whole food chains
Heavy metals are one of the major water pollutants that are persistent and non-biodegradable in nature. Intake of some toxic heavy metals by aquatic fauna can cause detrimental health problems in other animals and ultimately humans via the food chain.
Another most prevalent chemical pollutant released by industry are phenolic compounds. They exhibit toxicity by inhibiting normal microbial function, thus affecting biological treatment processes.
Deur taking a step for reducing the risks of Industrial effluents
Introducing our Resource Recovery Plant
Using cutting edge technology, our product - Resource recovery plant basically takes in Industrial effluent and recovers all the useful material, chemicals and other substances in their purest form possible that makes them ready to reuse and the remaining water is clean, pure and just the way we borrowed it from mother Earth.
The traditional methods like the ETP and ZLD are costly since they are mandatory, provide no surety of complete treatment of the water and the filtered effluents are wasted.
Before Resource Recovery Plant
After Resource Recovery Plant
WE ARE ALSO
Upgrading to AI
Integrating AI and IOT with DEUR AI
We are currently also working on an AI and IOT based solution that will exponentially improve efficiency, reduce downtime and save the manual labor from all the hardships of working at an STP plant such as the extreme stench.
AT DEUR WE GO
Resource Recovery plant
Pitching in for a circular economy
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