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Wastewater reuse: The key to water conservation

Wastewater reuse: The key to water conservation - Slide 1

Per capita freshwater availability in India and the world has drastically reduced in the last 50 years. As population continues to increase, it is only expected to decrease further. Hence, it is very important to reuse wastewater so as to reduce dependency on freshwater.

Wastewater reuse: The key to water conservation - Slide 2

Treated wastewater can be used for a number of non-potable purposes like washing vehicles, sanitation, industrial processes and irrigating crops

Wastewater reuse: The key to water conservation - Slide 3

Realizing the problem of depleting freshwater, many countries around the world, including India, are reusing sewage for non-potable purposes

Wastewater reuse: The key to water conservation - Slide 4

GE’s Ultrafiltration & Membrane Bioreactors are designed for difficult-to-treat water sources. It reduces dependency on freshwater sources by reusing wastewater

Wastewater reuse: The key to water conservation - Slide 5

Drinking water, wastewater, water reuse and industrial applications can all benefit from GE’s ZeeWeed membrane reactor, which produces water with very high purity and low silt density

Wastewater reuse: The key to water conservation - Slide 6

GE's membrane reactor systems can be retrofitted into conventional wastewater treatment systems

Per capita freshwater availability in India and the world has drastically reduced in the last 50 years. As population continues to increase, it is only expected to decrease further. Hence, it is very important to reuse wastewater so as to reduce dependency on freshwater.