Sustainability in production processes

Sustainability in production processes

Since the founding of our company, we have been developing plants and solutions for the safe removal of all contaminants. We also support the environmental management of our associated companies. Therefore, we pay attention to energy and resource efficiency, as well as the application of the principle as early Reduce-Reuse-Recycle as the development of our environmental technology systems.

Energy and resource efficiency through the application of the Reduce-Reuse-Recycle principle

Reduce (reduce), Reuse (reuse), Recycle (recycle) are the three pillars of a system to reduce pollution and waste production. They form a hierarchy of priorities for resource management. Although used several times in relation to waste, the three pillars also apply to the management-dua-les resi waters . DAS Environmental Expert solutions for wastewater treatment allow to meet the respective legal requirements and reduce costs.

Reduce

Reduce talks about reducing resource usage, for example by optimizing processes. In the wastewater sector, this means that the direct use of fresh water / potable water in production is reduced. This is done primarily by replacing fresh water with process water. Reducing the consumption of fresh water not only protects the environment, but can also reduce production or operating costs, especially depending on the use of the solution.

Reuse

Reuse describes the reuse of resources previously classified as “waste” in the same or new areas of use. In the wastewater sector, the term is used to describe systems that allow treating water that has already been used in operations, to such an extent that it can be reused.

Recycle

Recycle speaks of the well-known recycling. This means that the waste product is revalued so that it can go back into the cycle as a resource.

In the case of wastewater, this means that the contaminated water is treated and returned to the water cycle. It goes directly into a body of water (lake or river) or the sewer system.

 

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