Emissions in Waste Treatment
One of the key principles of ZEWATECH is not only to give value back to industrial aqueous waste but also how to do it. Reducing CO2 emissions in waste treatment is highly important for ZEWATECH.
The waste treatment method that emits the most CO2 is incineration, although biological treatments also generate a significant amount of carbon dioxide, as do many physicochemical treatments.
WHY IS IT A KEY SYSTEM?
ZEWATECH, A ZERO EMISSION TECHNOLOGY
ZEWATECH promotes innovation and the development of new and improved clean technologies, aiming to minimize emissions to the maximum extent possible.
To achieve this, ZEWATECH has conducted a study to determine how much its equipment emits in kilograms of CO2 per cubic meter of treated water.
Furthermore, ZEWATECH has also examined the percentage of CO2 emissions that would be released into the atmosphere if the waste were incinerated, and how much is saved thanks to ZEWATECH equipment.
|MVC||VT-S 3E||VT-S 2E||VT-S 1E||VT-BC||DRY|
|kg CO2/m3 treated||3,24||4,14||4,66||6,22||41,4||64,8|
|% compared with burning||-99,75||-99,68||-99,64||-99,52||-96,81||-95,0|