Is Zero Liquid Discharge Really Possible?

Date Published 2014 | UPW journal archive

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This article presents a discussion had on the LinkedIn Industrial Water Treatment group website surrounding the question 'Is zero liquid discharge really possible?'

Tags: EnvironmentalZero DischargeCooling TowersConservation

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