ERS can safely recover wastewater for reuse or discharge.

In developed countries, industry is the biggest consumer of water and accounts for 50 to 80 percent of total demand. Reusing wastewater is an attractive economic alternative and helps conserve an essential commodity for future generations. The declining supply and higher cost of raw water is also forcing industry to implement recycling technologies. Industrial waste water
Industrial waste water
In developed countries, industry is the biggest consumer of water and accounts for 50 to 80 percent of total demand. Reusing wastewater is an attractive economic alternative and helps conserve an essential commodity for future generations. The declining supply and higher cost of raw water is also forcing industry to implement recycling technologies.

Although industry uses much less water than agriculture, it is the heaviest source of pollution. Industrial wastewater reuse can be classified as cooling, boiler feed, and process water. Cooling water accounts for 90 percent of the total consumption. Water for boiler feed should be cleaner than cooling water but needs only minor treatment for reuse. Although relatively small in volume, process water characteristics vary from industry to industry. 
More complex waste water treatment systems involve combinations of physical, chemical, and biological processes employing multiple barrier treatment approaches for contaminant removal such as activated carbon, air striping, ion exchange, chemical coagulation and precipitation. More advanced technologies include microfiltration, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis.

Potential for treated water reuse in some major industries are,
Pulp and Paper Industries: This industry has traditionally been a heavy water user. The quantity and quality of raw water used differs from one process to another.

Power Plants: Power plant utilities are large volume consumers mostly for cooling in electricity generation. Average water consumption per megawatt is 700 gallons.

Textile Industries: Finishing raw fabrics is a basic textile industry operation. Water use varies with the type of fibre being produced and can range from 50 to 600 m3/t

Food Processing Industries: Basic production steps in any agro-industry include washing raw materials, removing inedible portions, preparing foodstuffs and packaging.

Wastewater reuse technology has been adopted in many other industries in order to overcome the difficulties associated with the rapid depletion of raw water quality, governmental policies and public attitudes.

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