Midal Cables International officially commissioned its $60 Million cable manufacturing plant in Tomago, NSW before 140 members of the Hunter and NSW business community, contractors, project partners and Midal Cables International staff.
The event was also attended by Midal Cables CEO Hamid Al Zayani along with members of the Midal Cables Executive team who travelled from Bahrain to celebrate this tremendous milestone in the company’s 38 year history.
Behind the technical innovation that makes Midal Cables a leader in Aluminium conductors and wire rods is a commitment to cutting edge site sustainability. At the Midal Cables site, cooling tower blow down water is treated and reused for potable water supplementation in the production process.
Waterform Technologies designed an advanced cooling tower blowdown water treatment plant combining technologies including chemical precipitation, GAC, RO, UV, softening & re-chlorination. This water treatment programme is employed to decrease the amount of wastewater bleed-off required. Scale control is done to impede heat transfer and prevent higher energy costs and premature failure of operation.
The advanced water recycling plant process ensures that trade-waste costs are negated, tap water use is minimised and the production plant has negligible environmental impact. The process adjusts to growth in population and climate change which are putting stress on potable drinking water supplies. By using biological and mechanical methods for wastewater treatment, industrial liquid wastes that require specialised features to target certain contaminants are used. Because almost all processing industries in Australia use water in production, water recycling acts as an expression for reusing and reclaiming water. Ultrareuse certified solutions are implemented to balance regulatory controls and operational requirements.
Waterform Technologies continues to demonstrate the required understanding and technical ability to delivery world class water reuse projects for water intensive businesses, that lower water related costs, ensure regulatory compliance and solve business continuity challenges in water scarce regions.
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