Treating contaminated water is a challenge in industrialization.
Industries, factories, and manufacturing plants generate 'dirty water' which needs to be treated before being discharged into drainage or rivers. Such cleaning costs are usually expensive, cleaning is sometimes not easily accessible due to the remote location of the site where dirty water is generated.
We have seen countless examples of factories dumping effluents into rivers and affecting aqua life and residents who depend on the river water for livelihood. This needs to be stopped.
WETT (Wastewater Electrochemical Treatment Technology) offers a cost-effective approach to decontaminating dirty water for reuse or for safe discharge.
Similar to treating solid waste onsite using MAGS, the WETT's Clean-In-Place (CIP) operations enable users to treat dirty water onsite, thus bringing about cost savings and increased efficiency to their operations.
In general, there are three types of 'dirty water':
Grey water (i.e. water from showers and laundry)
Black water (i.e. water from kitchen sinks and toilets)
Oily water (i.e. bilge water)
Depending on the content of dirty water, MURSUN has different WETT systems to combat it.
Suitable for treating oily wastewater, such as vehicle wash water and industrial oily water.
A novel approach for treating greywater (GW) originating from showers, bathing, and laundry such that it can be reused in various ways instead of being discharged to the environment.
Depending on the approach selected, significant potable water savings can be realized for domestic, community, or industrial applications.
WETT-G produces perfectly clear, turbidity-free water. Potential uses of the treated GW include:
Drinking Water On The Go
Besides treating contaminated water, MURSUN has the technology to convert raw water into drinking water on mobile devices.
Wastec's mineral water purification system purifies seawater, water from rivers and lakes, rain water, and underground water into drinking water through the efficient RO membrane filter.
It is mobile with a very high capacity.
It has very wide applications in different scenarios, for example, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR) missions, remote areas, or military operations.
Suitable for sewage, concentrated sewage, and industrial wastewater.
Ships and sea platforms
Isolated habitats such as mining, research, exploratory, and military camps
Small communities with high costs for potable water
WETT-S has the capability to treat wastewater which is five to ten times more contaminated than municipal sewerage.