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December 1, 2006

Assess Your Plant’s True Water-Savings Potential

Using the minimum water network involves detailed analysis of plant configuration and design, material and energy balances, design and thermodynamic constraints

Zainuddin A. Manan, Sharifah R. Wan Alwi, Mohd H. Samingin and Norrazi Misran

    For companies in the chemical process industries, water is an indispensable utility. But the growing scarcity of quality industrial water, combined with stricter environmental regulations and the rising cost of wastewater treatment, have...

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