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Analysis of the Volume of the Main Water and Wastewater in a Sugar Manufacturing Process followed by the Suggestion Regarding the Reutilization of the Waste Water

Author : Chetan Sharma and Vikas Kumar

Pages : 1757-1761
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Sugar industry is one of the most important agro-industries in India. Cane Sugar Industry has an important role in the Indian economy as well as in the foreign exchange earnings. Since cane consists of about 70-75% water, cane sugar mill processes more water than sugar. All the water entering a mill must also leave it in one form or another. So why the sugar industry is a major water user and wastewater producer. Water is most essential but scarce resource in developing countries. Recycling of condensate, segregation of high strength and low strength effluent, proper operation of ETP (Effluent Treatment Plant), etc. leads to a well maintained water managements in the sugar industry and leads to reduction in the requirement of fresh water. In this study we quantified the volume of the main water and wastewater in a sugar manufacturing process followed by the suggestion regarding the reutilization of the waste water. For study the data is collected from The Kaithal Cooperative Sugar Mills Ltd. (2500 TCD) which is situated in Kaithal District of Haryana State.

Keywords: Sugar industry, Water recycling, Reduction in fresh water requirement, Water management

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.5, No.3 (June-2015)


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