Even if the electroplating company had a way to secure the

Even if the electroplating company had a way to secure the water source, the electroplating wastewater had to be sent to the common wastewater treatment facility in “Showa Island”. , so the wastewater discharge must be reduced to 1/10 of the original. Photo Credit: Earth Citizens Foundation Visit (Keihin Island) Central Gilded Industrial Zone Sewage Treatment Plant to learn about the configuration logic of sewage treatment pipelines Faced with this problem, the Central Gold-Plated Industry Group cooperated with scholars and wastewater treatment manufacturers to study how to reduce the wastewater discharge flow to 1/10 of the original.

During the process the Tokyo Metropolitan Government asked

University teachers to assist, but the suggestions put forward were considered unrealistic by the industry. Often, they could only rely on these operators to constantly explore and read relevant materials before finally finding a way to solve the problem of water consumption and electroplating waste sludge. technology used. In order to meet regulatory standards, wastewater must be piped to a common treatment facility, and individual plants must not be discharged arbitrarily.

When wastewater from each factory is transported to a wastewater treatment facility, it is stored in a storage tank, and then pumped to a common treatment facility by a coordinated team of workers. In this way, the co-processing facility can gradually meet the standard, and after it is on the track, there will be no “difficulties” by the Sewer Bureau. There is an advantage that the wastewater of individual manufacturers is placed in the storage tank first, and it can be efficiently and individually treated according to the nature of the wastewater of different manufacturers.

The collective relocation of electroplating factories is beneficial

In terms of economic burden, although individual factories can also do it, collective relocation can be shared and supervised each other. This makes the industrial zones feel connected with each other, not only because of the above-mentioned Historical factors, but also because of working together to find a way to achieve the goal, the feelings have improved. It wasn’t until 2002 that the Central Gold Plated Industry Group allowed every manufacturer to comply with ISO standards. Mr. Masafumi Naito’s understanding of ISO is: “ISO decides that this company will become like this tomorrow”, because ISO is a rough target, but in order for the co-processing designers to run smoothly, the central gilding synergy must be defined. CRB Directory

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