According to a report, about 22% of global water is used up by the industrial sector. What’s worrying is that over 80% of the wastewater is discharged into the environment without due treatment, as per the United Nations World Water Development Report. This begs the need for companies that depend heavily on the water industry to opt for an efficient water waste management strategy.
” What’s worrying is that over 80% of the wastewater is discharged into the environment without due treatment, as per the United Nations World Water Development Report. “
IIOT and Wastewater Management
If you operate an organization in the water industry, one of the best ways of managing your water waste in this era of rapid digitalization is the use of the Internet of Things (IoT). In the coming years, the number of connected devices would significantly increase. This could help corporate executives to monitor the water levels of their firm with ease, detect any leaks, and regulate the water flows, among various other things. Water treatment plants isometric vector illustration with storage tank distribution prefiltration and final filtration units.
Optimal Water management is critical at such a time when the UN reports that water scarcity is likely to adversely impact about 20% of the total population by 2025. Not only would this affect the domestic and world economy, but also the entire ecosystem. IIoT has emerged as a ray of hope for the leading industrial companies to take a step towards a sustainable future, by effectively treating their wastewater using smart sensors installed in the water system. Revca is working towards attaining comprehensive sustainability on various fronts. Our key focus is providing sustainable solutions to companies operating in the water industry and helping them promote sustainable development while keeping their operational costs at the lowest.
Here is all that sensors can do to manage and treat water waste.
Detection of Harmful Chemicals:
The advanced smart sensors can monitor the water quality closely, and detect any impurities, toxins or harmful chemicals. Some of these can often go undetected, but prove to be extremely dangerous to the environment nevertheless. Pathogens, nitrates, synthetic chemicals, phosphates are some of the prime examples of toxic solutes that need to be detected and removed from the wastewater for effective treatment of the water. The sensory units of IoT and advanced removal techniques can help companies identify and remove such toxins from the water.
Browsing and identifying the ideal treatment technique:
IoT not only helps in Identifying contaminants in real-time but also gives important input to the process of removing harmful chemicals and toxins. Based on the percentage of contaminants the appropriate technique to bring them under desired levels is kicked in. With this system, you could employ minimum resources at your disposal to get rid of maximum toxic substances for optimum water treatment.
Monitoring the water usage, level, and flow:
IIoT smart sensors can monitor the water usage, level, and flow at your sites 24/7, to ensure that everything is working as per the prescribed process and regulatory limits. The system can gather real-time data on various particulars on water, and give insights to your staff on how they can manage wastewater more effectively, and guarantee sustainability in the long run. This could improve the maintenance standards and help in cutting costs.
How Revca’s IIoT can help in Water Waste Management
Revca uses IoT and AI/MI to manage water quality through its integrated water supply monitoring system that depends entirely on a comprehensive network of sensors to monitor water usage, level, supply, and water quality. Revca employs advanced monitoring sensors to detect impurities and work on their separation and removal. The sensors are also used to help filter the wastewater elements automatically by integrating them in the processes like flocculation, disinfection, filtration, lime softening, and ion exchanging, etc.
With such comprehensive data under the belt, companies could manage their water more effectively, and that too without adversely impacting the environment. With Revca’s IoT solutions, we can reach those levels of wastewater management that traditional water treatment plants cannot. Revca’s solutions would ultimately contribute to a low environmental footprint, and in doing so, not only help the companies improve their delivery efficiency, but also promote environment-friendly industrial solutions.
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