7 Water Waste Reduction Strategies to Improve Pump Reliability/Black Liquor Processing, Paper360º November/December 2019
With the world’s population expected to balloon by one billion people by 2030, conservation of critical resources such as water is an important societal goal. The United Nations estimates that water scarcity currently affects 40 percent of the population, already making it a significant concern.
Processes that use high volumes of water in pulp and paper production plants, among other industrial processing, are under scrutiny due to high levels of water consumption. One of the most important and common liquids to be pumped in a paper mill during the papermaking process is paper stock in all of its forms—black liquor, white liquor, green liquor, etc. With water scarcity issues facing communities around the world, and taking increasingly stringent environmental regulations into account, the pulp and paper industry is examining how paper stocks are handled as a way to reduce water waste and increase sustainability.
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