December 2008

Bonus Report: Water Management

Consider water reuse options for your facility

This major company identified cost-effective and practical water minimization and regeneration opportunities for a petrochemical facility

Due to more stringent environmental regulations and higher costs for freshwater and wastewater treatment, the PETRONAS organization embarked on several initiatives to conserve water and reduce wastewater generation throughout its processing plants. Of these initiatives, water reuse, regeneration and recycling (water 3Rs) were identified as the most promising approach. Major drivers for water conservation include stricter environmental regulations coupled with the rising costs for wastewater treatment. PETRONAS—working through its university, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS—began a water conservation study to identify promising and cost-effective water reuse and conservation oppo

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