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Evaporator Blowdown (EBD) Treatment Solution Evolution

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A multi criteria analysis (MCA) evaluation of the shortlisted technologies was completed at the preliminary and detailed design stages of the project

The Challenge

Elevator Blowdown (EBD) treatment solutions were being considered to serve as a cost saving alternative to the Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) Facility’s current disposal method for liquid waste from the site.

The Result

Through Integrated Sustainability’s detailed analysis process, we recommended proceeding with the Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) system.

It is being carried forward to phase two as the process choice for the SAGD Facility evaporator blowdown waste treatment system.

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