Neutralisation of wastewater from "Cleaning in Place"

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When cleaning process engineering systems in the CIP process, aggressive cleaning fluids may result in polluted wastewater. By integrating Kyocera's neutralisation systems into the overall concept of the production cycle, the process wastewater can be treated efficiently and then safely disposed of as neutral wastewater. Further information is available at www.germany.kyocera.com.

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