Mehran Sugar Mills Limited (MSM) started a campaign for reducing the quantity of its liquid effluents & their pollutant concentration. The objective was to reduce effluent flow to a minimum value of COD, and also to reduce canal water requirements for the Mill. .
Engro Foods have created & led a White Revolution in Pakistan to provide safe, healthy & affordable nutrition to Pakistan. They empower Dairy farmers through Dairy Development Programs for inclusive & sustainable economic growth. Engro foods have set a goal to treat the waste water and recycle it by fulfilling NEQS and to meet their daily consumption of water.
WOG proposed EGPL to set up Recycle/Reuse based Effluent Treatment Plant. WOG developed suitable scheme having Equalization in balancing tank, which is going to balance the inconsistent effluent to mix properly by using the coarse air diffusers.
Shafi Texcel had to treat its waste water to meet the National Environmental Quality Standard. The factory process generates large quantity of waste water i.e. 1800 m3/day, COD = 1500 mg/L, TDS= 3000-3500 mg/L, TSS =125 mg/l. Shafi Texcel decided to consult WOG-AEES to install ETP to meet the NEQS.
LTM concepts continually push the envelope and have resulted in a 50% reduction of harmful chemicals. Throughout the value chain, LTM embrace the philosophy of ‘Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle’. Environmental discharge compliance is one of main goal of LTM
Yunus Textile Mills Limited started its operations in 1998 and within a short span of time became Pakistan’s largest exporter of Home Textile products. In this short time frame, the company has transformed itself from a supplier of basic bedding products to a world renowned supplier of Home Textile Products to top tier retailers and brands across United States and Europe.
8 MW Coal Fired Power Plant Century Paper Mills Lahore (Lakson Group) regarding with 80% imported coal +20% local coal..
Wastewater treatment from a Molasses based Distillery was a great challenge due to very high organic load. As conventional practice, the spent wash was being treated through anaerobic process and followed by a two-stage aerobic process. The treated effluent quality was far below the standards and this conventional process required a lot of energy for operation. It also generated high amounts of sludge.