Water recovery solutions for textile industry

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“Aamra Resources” and “PantaRei Water Solutions” jointly organized a seminar on “Water Recovery for Textile Industry” on 16 November at Radisson Blu Water Garden, Dhaka. They presented how to recover or reuse industrial wastewater. The seminar also discussed how aamra and PantaRei play vital role to make textile industries greener.

Figure 1: A group photo of the seminar.
Figure 1: A group photo of the seminar.

Textile industry in Bangladesh is one of the biggest contributors in GDP but industrial waste is a critical concern and one of the main reasons of environment pollution. PantaRei and aamra resources limited jointly introduced advanced biological ETP solution and water recovery solution through which industrial waste water can be cleaned and reused.

Renowned entrepreneurs, senior management staff and decision makers from different Textile and RMG sectors attended the seminar. Designated guests from Department of Environment-Bangladesh also attended the session.

From PantaRei Alberto Zanetti, Executive VP and R&D; MirkoD’Antoni, R&D Manager; FeliceIracà, VP Sales and Marketing; Marco Delfino, Business Development Manager and Manuel Romero, Director Technical Department were presented individual presentation and Michele Principato, Sales Manager from Fribracast- Waterspin was also present.  From aamra SohelAhmed, Chief Operating Officer; Md. Emdad Ullah, Deputy General Manager and Rafiqul Islam, Senior Manager-Service were there and aamra resources team was also attended in the seminar.

PantaRei is an Italian company providing biological ETP solution with state-of-the-art technologies which is environment friendly for last 10 years worldwide. In Bangladesh textile market, aamra resources limited has been representing PantaRei since 2013. Aamra and PantaRei jointly installed 31 successful projects and 21 projects are under construction.

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