Effluent Treatment Chemicals are referred to as the group of chemicals which help in the treatment of waste water or effluents.
Why is there the need for waste water treatment?
Various manufacturing industries have cropped up in the recent past and many are following suit. These industries such as the food industries, iron and steel industries, nuclear industries, mines and quarries, pulp and paper industries, etc. eventually contribute to the high amounts of effluent generated and passed into the water system. Industrial wastes such as paints, metals, chemical solvents, paper products, sand paper, radioactives wastes and other industrial by-products tend to pollute the water system.
What is waste water treatment?
Industrial waste water treatment refers to diverge processes and mechanisms that are involved to treat…
Nalco was founded as National Aluminate Corporation in 1928 through a merger of Chicago Chemical Company and Aluminate Sales Corporation, two Chicago-based companies selling sodium aluminate to treat water. Chicago Chemical Company sold mainly to municipalities and industrial plants for boiler feedwater treatment. Aluminate Sales Corporation sold to the railroads to condition the water used in steam locomotives.
Chemtex Speciality Limited has been in the sector of speciality chemicals for over 45 years. Established in 1970, Chemtex has created a niche for itself in the chemical industry in this span of time by virtue of its high performance chemical formulations. The main industrial sectors that Chemtex deals in include Water Treatment Chemicals, Heat Transfer Fluids, Cleaners & Disinfectants and Performance chemicals. Chemtex manufactured products have a wide variety of applications and cater to a large number of industries, amongst which the major few are namely Agro, Automobile, Dairy, Food & Beverage, Iron & Steel, Institution, Paper, Pharmaceuticals, Power and Textile.
Ion Exchange pioneered water treatment in India and is today the country's premier company in water and environment management, with a strong international presence. Formed in 1964, as a subsidiary of the Permutit Company of UK, they became a wholly Indian company in 1985 when Permutit divested their holding.
Accepta is an innovative, industry leading chemical technology specialist serving global environmental, municipal and industrial process markets. Accepta’s advanced, scientifically formulated range of speciality chemicals incorporates water treatment chemicals for steam boilers, cooling systems and closed circuits; wastewater and effluent treatment chemicals, high performance industrial cleaning and janitorial chemicals, advanced polymers, state-of-the-art solid chemicals, reverse osmosis membrane products, eco-friendly biological formulations and much more.
Thermax - an engineering company providing sustainable solutions in energy and environment. Thermax’s business portfolio includes products for heating, cooling, water and waste management, and specialty chemicals. The company also designs, builds and commissions large boilers for steam and power generation, turnkey power plants, industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants, waste heat recovery systems and air pollution control projects.