Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be leveraged as a tool to help us optimize and improve the treatment of sewage and industrial effluents our plants without the need for large process changes that typically require capital improvement projects. No longer do we need to spend money to learn how to optimize to static conditions that may never be seen.
Companies in the metals and mining industry have a responsibility to minimize their environmental impacts through cost-effective processes and technologies for water and wastewater treatment. However, to deal with the problem effectively, you need to know the biggest wastewater treatment problems in the metals and mining industry. Here, we discuss 6 of them.
Both public and private organizations need to effectively manage water and wastewater treatment. Ideally, utilities and water-intensive industries will adopt technology that will help them optimize their operations to reduce costs - without sacrificing the quality of service or their ability to remain compliant according to water treatment standards.
AI enables users to accomplish milestones previously considered unreachable while reducing costs where it was simply not possible before, like water and wastewater treatment. One industry where this is increasingly evident is mining. Here are 4 key components of this intelligent and efficient water usage in mining