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Dow eyes power plants for new wastewater treatment technology in India

With Fortilife, which enables minimum liquid discharge (MLD), Dow Water & Process Solutions aims to tap water intensive industries such as textile, power, etc

Rakesh Rao  |  Mumbai 

Dow Water & Process Solutions (DWPS), a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, is planning to tap the power sector for its recently launched wastewater management technologgy, Fortilife. “Currently, we are focusing on textiles (where we have done significant amount of work with this technology). Going forward, we are now looking at power, which is one of the big segment that has to adhere to stringent wastewater treatment norms. Eventually, we plan to move into other sectors,” said Sharad Gollerkeri, regional commercial manager, water & process solutions, Dow Chemical ...

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With Fortilife, which enables minimum liquid discharge (MLD), Dow Water & Process Solutions aims to tap water intensive industries such as textile, power, etc Dow Water & Process Solutions (DWPS), a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, is planning to tap the power sector for its recently launched wastewater management technologgy, Fortilife. “Currently, we are focusing on textiles (where we have done significant amount of work with this technology). Going forward, we are now looking at power, which is one of the big segment that has to adhere to stringent wastewater treatment norms. Eventually, we plan to move into other sectors,” said Sharad Gollerkeri, regional commercial manager, water & process solutions, Dow Chemical ... image
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Dow eyes power plants for new wastewater treatment technology in India

With Fortilife, which enables minimum liquid discharge (MLD), Dow Water & Process Solutions aims to tap water intensive industries such as textile, power, etc

Dow Water & Process Solutions (DWPS), a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, is planning to tap the power sector for its recently launched wastewater management technologgy, Fortilife. “Currently, we are focusing on textiles (where we have done significant amount of work with this technology). Going forward, we are now looking at power, which is one of the big segment that has to adhere to stringent wastewater treatment norms. Eventually, we plan to move into other sectors,” said Sharad Gollerkeri, regional commercial manager, water & process solutions, Dow Chemical ...

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