But modern technologies for water purification consume a significant amount of electricity. When developing technologies at Dyclar, the key goal is to reduce energy consumption and provide efficient and durable designs.
The carbon intensity of 1 kWh equates to 358 g of CO2 (as of 2016). Treatment plants operate 8,700 hours a year. We carried out a comparative calculation of energy consumption for different technologies.
|Parameters||Dyclar||Sendimentation with microsand||Ultrafiltration|
|Capacity, m3/h||2000 m3/h|
|Flowsheet||Dyclar plants||Sedimentation with microsand
CO2 costs (tons)
RESULT Sustainable development
DYCLAR ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS
|Resources||Recycling||Acid and alkali free|
Ensure access to water and sanitation for all
Take urgent actions to combat climate change and its effects
Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources