UEM completes installation of plant in AP, India

UEM, a water services company of Toshiba Group in India, has recently declared the completion of the installation of water treatment plant incorporating ZLD (Zero Liquid Discharge) systems for the factory, commissioned by Isuzu Motors India Private Limited (hereinafter called “IMI”) in Andhra Pradesh State. Commenting on this installation for IMI, Mr. Koichi Matsui, Chairperson and Managing Director, UEM said, “This is our first ZLD project for a Japanese company operating in India, resulting from the synergy between UEM and Toshiba. We are very honored to contribute to Isuzu Motors India’s environment-conscious efforts through our water treatment plant. With the becoming serious water pollution in India, the industrial effluent regulation has been tightened for reuse/recycle of discharged water, effective use and improvement of water resource. UEM will continue to contribute to water environmental protection in each region through our best solution with optimized LCC (Life Cycle Cost) to our customers and FOR THE NEXT INDIA.”
The equipment installed at wastewater treatment plant in IMI factory is based on MBR (Membrane Bio Reactor) technology that not only simplifies the effluent processing, but being compact in size, also saves precious real-estate for the plant. For the equipment used in water recycling and ZLD, UEM adopted a patented “HERO™ (High Efficiency Reverse Osmosis) technology”, which the Company has a right to use in India.

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