Rethink Water White Paper for the Pulp & Paper Industry

Read our white paper on Rethink water, to find out why wastewater is no longer a dirty word and how to consider wastewater as a useful, sustainable and valuable resource that can save water, energy and money.  

Traditionally the pulp and paper industry uses very high flow rates and large volumes of wastewater. Processing this wastewater can be difficult to comply with particularly when taking into account the trade effluent consent limits, which can be a major concern for businesses.  With increasing regulatory requirements and increasing operational costs, while having to protect natural resources and limit the impacts of its activities on the environment, it’s time to Rethink water for this industry.

We have created the following resources - whitepaper, video and blog to help answer the challenges you face, such as reducing environmental impact, cost control and guidance on reliable optimal solutions.


Pulp & Paper Video

Watch our video on how we can help you with the challenges you may face in the pulp and paper industry, such as reducing costs while increasing production, guaranteeing uninterrupted operations and compliance with local regulations. Our video also includes case studies of similar companies who we have helped with our solutions and technologies.

Wastewater Pulp & Paper Blog

Processing wastewater to simultaneously comply with trade effluent consents if discharging to municipal drains and the stringent regulations outlined in EU Directive 2010/75/EU (Pulp & Paper BREF Document) for industrial emissions into water courses, can be a real challenge for businesses, we discuss these challenges in our latest blog and the options available to you to adhere to these regulations.

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