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03 December 2018

Reduce water shortages with industrial waste water

Rather than discharging the residual water produced by industry into surface water, the water can be used to tackle drought in agriculture. KWR, together with TKI Water Technology, has given concrete form to the reuse of treated residual water from the Bavaria brewery by neighbouring farm enterprises. Because of a more and more capricious climate, farmers are facing decreasing crop yields and increased irrigation needs. During the growing season, the soil moisture levels in the root zone are less and less adequate. By using industrial residual water to combat drought, rather than discharging it, unused, into surface water and the sea, one can reduce water shortages....

Reducing water shortages in agriculture with recycled industrial residual water - KWR

Rather than discharging the residual water produced by industry into surface water, the water can be used to tackle drought in agriculture. KWR, together with TKI Water Technology, has given concrete form to the reuse of treated residual water from the Bavaria brewery by neighbouring farm enterprises. Because of a more and more capricious climate, farmers are facing decreasing crop yields and increased irrigation needs. During the growing season, the soil moisture levels in the root zone are less and less adequate. By using industrial residual water to combat drought, rather than discharging it, unused, into surface water and the sea, one can reduce water shortages. Read more on tkiwatertechnologie.nl (Dutch) ...

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