Faced with strong regulations and a highly competitive environment, industries have taken actions that are ultimately more environmentally sustainable and economically feasible—particularly in the development of sustainable waste solutions and residuals management.
Dow Water & Process Solutions offers a broad spectrum of proven technologies that facilitate waste and process stream treatment for industry, including polymeric adsorbents, selective ion exchange (IX) resins, fouling-resistant reverse osmosis (RO) elements and ultrafiltration (UF) products
INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER SPECIALTY APPLICATIONS
From aromatic and phenolic compound removal to plating metals removal, we offer a broad palette of proven technologies that facilitate waste and process stream treatment for industry.
Suspended Solids Removal
Traditional filters face frequent plugging and backwashing issues from high-solids wastewater. This can lead to higher maintenance costs, downtime and the risk of surcharges
|Ultrafiltration Modules or Skids|
|DOW IntegraFlux™ SFP-2880XP||Bacteria, virus and particulate removal and to protect downstream assets such as RO|
|DOW™ Ultrafiltration SFP-2880|
|DOW IntegraPac™ IP-77XP|
|DOW IntegraPac™ IP-77|
Soluble Contaminant Removal
|DOW FILMTEC™ BW30XFR-400/34 Element|
|DOW FILMTEC™ XFRLE-400/34 Element|
Organics Removal (BOD/COD/TOC)
|DOW FILMTEC™ NF90-400/34i Element
|DOW FILMTEC™ NF270-400/34i Element|
Selective Contaminant Removal
Contaminants are elements, complexes and compounds that occur in water at very low levels that must be selectively removed for health or regulatory reasons.
Learn more about the ways our technologies and products are removing contaminants such as arsenic, boron, chromate, mercury and more from your water.
Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) / Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD)
Wet scrubbers used to remove SO2 and other pollutants from flue gas are periodically purged to discharge accumulated solids. This Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) wastewater stream is high in TDS and hardness, and contains residual quantities of micropollutants (such as boron, nitrates/nitrites, arsenic, mercury and selenium) that, along with associated ash ponds at coal fired power plants, are subject to increasingly stringent regulatory requirements. Treatments for contaminant removal or even zero liquid discharge using evaporative technologies may be required to achieve compliance, but are challenged by both high cost and operational difficulties. Dow offers a comprehensive portfolio of treatment solutions to manage the difficulties of FGD and ash pond wastewaters.
|Ultrafiltration Module or Skids|
|DOW IntegraFlux™ SFP-2880XP Module||Suspended Solids Removal|
|DOW™ Ultrafiltration SFP-2880 Module|
|DOW IntegraPac™ IP-77XP Skid|
|DOW IntegraPac™ IP-77 Skid|
|AMBERLITE™ Ion Exchange Resins|
|Reverse Osmosis Elements|
|DOW FILMTEC™ FORTILIFE™ CR100||Demineralization from Challenging Feedwater Source|
|DOW FILMTEC™ FORTILIFE™ XC70||Brine Concentration from Challenging Feedwater Source|
|DOW FILMTEC™ FORTILIFE™ XC80|
DOW™ Specialty Membranes XUS180808
Ultra-High Pressure RO
|DOW FILMTEC™ Nanofiltration Elements|
|FORTILIFE™ XC-N||Salt Separation from Challenging Feedwater Source|
|AMBERSEP™ Ion Selective Resins|
|IRA 743||Boric Acid and Borate Removal from FGD Blowdown|
|GT74||Mercury Removal in FGD Blowdown and Ash Ponds|