Most Advanced Chemical Wastewater Treatment Plant Launched in Ilam

TEHRAN (Shana) -- The ultra-saline wastewater treatment project of Ilam Petrochemical Complex using the "ZLD" system was launched for the first time in Iran.

According to the Persian Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (PGPIC), the project was put into operation in a ceremony attended by Hassan Neshanzadeh Moghadam, Vice President of Planning and Business Development of PGPIC, Rashid Qanei, the CEO of Petrol, and Seyed Gholam Hassan Garshasbi, the CEO of Ilam Petrochemical Company.

Seyyed Gholam Hassan Garshasbi, the CEO of Ilam Petrochemical Company, stated in this ceremony: “The first and most advanced chemical wastewater treatment plant unit in the country, with the efforts of domestic experts and in order to preserve the environment, respect the rights of citizens, and recover 100% of the waste produced from processes and reuse in Ilam Petrochemical Company has been launched.”

He stated that this project started on September 2020 with a capacity of 35.5 cubic meters per hour, and added: “6.35 million euros has been invested in the project.”

The CEO of Ilam Petrochemical Company pointed out the water shortage crisis in the country, and continued: “With the implementation of the ultra-advanced and knowledge-based Zero-Liquid Discharge project, or ZLD, the effluent output of Ilam Petrochemical Company will reach zero.”

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