Interested in energy savings and recovering resources from wastewater in the mining industry?
Saline waste waters are a concern of many industries. The coal mining industry in Poland is a case in point: discharging around 4 millions tons of sodium chloride into rivers every year. ZERO BRINE is turning this problematic waste into a source of income by recovering all materials such as water, salts, and minerals for reuse in industries while curbing energy use.
During the site visit, journalists, industry experts, academics, and policy-makers are invited to see the technology and to learn the latest results and benefits for the environment, society and business, thus advancing the triple bottom-line of sustainability.
When: Tuesday 8 October 2019, 8am – 6pm
Where: Bolesław Śmiały coal mine, Łaziska Górne & SUT, Gliwice
Starting- & Drop off point: Vienna House Easy Katowice, Sokolska 24, 40-086 Katowice, Poland
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