The hydrolyser will be designed to comply with the new legislation that mandates limits on environmental emissions stricter than the European standards and will be based entirely on a technology developed by Casale. Thanks to the new unit, two existing wastewater treatments will be decommissioned (one for each melamine plant) whose obsolete technology makes them inadequate for the new environmental standards.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/environment/24082021/casale-to-provide-hydrolysers-to-two-melamine-plants/
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