Textiles and Tanneries

Textiles and garments  production requires roughly 150 litres of water to produce one kg of textile material. The resulting wastewater carries with it dyes and chemicals that require advanced treatment to be safely discharged into the environment or reused in the process.

Progressive textile manufacturers are adopting desalination and evaporation technologies to remove dissolved salts and other contaminant to achieve zero liquid discharge (ZLD). However, traditional evaporation techniques require a substantial capital investment and a significant operating budget, specifically for energy and maintenance.

TRL Rain technology, is the ideal alternative to expensive evaporation to treat these complex waste streams, efficiently and economically.

•Dyeing wastewater 

•Bleaching waste 

•Combined effluent treatment

TRL reserves the rights for any improvements in the above specifications, which can lead to higher efficiency and cost reduction of the system.