Saving trees through water

Pulp and paper making is renowned as one of the most water intensive industrial production processes anywhere.

In some operations up to 17.4 m3 of water is required to produce one metric ton of paper, with the raw wastewaters from pulp and paper mills often requiring complex biological treatment processes.

By revamping its wastewater treatment of plants with nanobubbles one can expect energy savings and increased recycled paper recovery.