ELSEWEDY ELECTRIC Infrastructure (EEI) has strategically partnered with the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) to complement the New Administrative Capital's (NAC) power plant with a state-of-the-art Near Zero Liquid Discharge system (NZLD (.
Preserving the environment, the project aimed at recycling 2,150 m3/d industrial wastewater streams to relieve the current water stress in the country, while availing viable water resources for the plant. EEI designed and built the proposed NZLD system while providing the proper know-how to support the State's endeavors in implementing the four-pronged National Water Resources Plan.
The NZLD system was designed to be fully automated by competently installing the appropriate instrumentation; like SCADA and control equipment. The logical control was set up to adapt to pollutant percentages complying with the relevant laws as well as the client's requirements.
ELSEWEDY ELECTRIC Infrastructure's NZLD cutting-edge system shall remove oils from industrial wastewater through the Dissolved Air Flotation process (DAF), preliminary treat and clear solids through filtration systems, reduce dissolved salts through phased Reverse Osmosis (RO), reject water disposal through Evaporation Ponds, and pump permeate water to production tanks.