It is expected that by 2050, 60% of the world population will be affected by water shortage. In such a scenario building a sustainable city and Industry might be impossible. So what needs to be done so that no matter what the challenges be our future cities and industries be ever ready to tackle them? The answer lies in taking steps towards recycling and reusing water.
The challenges presented by sustainable urban and industrial development are immense. One such challenge is water management, today, more than 50% of the world's population lives in cities and to meet the soaring demand for water, cities are going deeper into ground water sources and farther to surface water sources, at costs including environmental costs which are clearly unsustainable. The question is: how can cities and industries implement water technologies and approaches that are financially, socially and environmentally sustainable?
Wastewater has stated to be viewed as a raw material. in fact, recycling and reusing wastewater can satisfy many of our needs for domestic and industrial water, and today's purifying technologies are advanced enough to create drinking water from waste water.
Dew provides state-of-the art market specific water recycling technologies, be it related to the industries, municipalities or homes. Dew offer a combination of technologies from Multi grade filters, activated carbon, aeration, biological treatment, membrane filtration & separation, ion exchange to sludge and bio solids processing, etc. from bench-top high purity lab water to industrial water reuse systems; from drinking water to wastewater treatment and recycling. Dew water technologies touches every component of water recycling and reuse.