Bombay Dyeing was established in 1879 as a small operation of indian spun cotton yarn dyed by hand.
Today Bombay Dyeing, after more than 100 years of history, is one of the main brands in India.
The company produces cotton for bath and home furnishings, and men’s, woman’s, kid’s and sports wear.
Bombay Dyeing for a new dyehouse asked for the design and realization of a new plant to treat wastewater coming from the dyehouse.
Moreover, a recovery plant for the water has been required, in order to comply with the local regulation and to allow the reuse of the discharged water in the production process.
Simem provided a complete solution to treat and recover the waste water coming from the dyeing process.
The treatment is realized by activated sludge technology, which allows to treat water with the lowest running costs.
The water recovery section is realized by means of Quarz and resin filtration, followed by Reverse Osmosis in double stage.