Leminar commissions Dubai wastewater plant
The plant, located at Dubai Industrial City, will use the 4m3 Batch Chemical process to recycle water
HVAC ductwork manufacturer Leminar Air Conditioning Industries announced it has commissioned a wastewater treatment plant at its premises in Dubai Industrial City.
The plant will "substantially reduce [...] water consumption" at Leminar's manufacturing facility, and "significantly shrink the volume of wastewater disposal".
According to a press statement, Leminar's investment in the plant is part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives that are aimed at "positively impacting the society and the environment".
Based on a technology referred to as 4m3 Batch Chemical process, the wastewater treatment plant will remove hazardous contaminants like heavy metals and other particles to produce recycled water that can be re-used for duct washing.
"Through the use of advanced sensors, Leminar also ensures that the wastewater system is automated, measured, controlled, and managed throughout its cycle to ensure minimum waste," the company statement added.
Remarking on the project, Dipak Bhadra, general manager of Leminar Air Conditioning Industries, said: "Our factory has tripled our production and made us one of the leaders in manufacturing of ducts and other sheet metal products.
"With this investment, we are setting the example of being an environmentally responsible manufacturer, and [we] hope others follow suit."