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WATER & WASTE WATER TREATMENT

By the year 2050, the global demand for water will rise by 55%. The 2015 report by United Nations World Water Development projects this rise across the various sectors.

India’s economy also critically depends on the use and management of water for agriculture, industry, and domestic consumption. Recognizing this dependence, the Ministry of Water Resources plans to invest significant funds into the management of the water and wastewater sector.

Some of the aims of good water resources management are:

  • Improvement of water quality

  • Improving energy efficiency while managing and treating water

  • Minimising leakage and wastage

  • Conservation of resources

  • Reducing downtime and operating costs

The use of dedicated Automated Control Systems effectively meets the above objectives

The I-Logicon Team has expertise extensive application know-how in

  • DM water plants for power generating plants

  • RO plants, based on various technologies

  • ETP

  • Zero discharge applications (ZLD)

  • Water distribution automation and SCADA