The resource recovery process is the selective disposal of discarded materials and their use for recycling, composting, or energy generation. Resource recovery is carried out through a number of techniques and devices, two of which are heat recovery in the pipes and the use of wastewater heat. Very few industries benefit from resource oil recovery, especially in terms of cost reduction and energy efficiency.
Some of these industries are listed below:
Textile manufacturing is an important industry where fibers are processed into yarns, fabrics, and eventually textiles. Various processes are carried out in this industry which require the extraction of energy from various sources such as heat. Cleaning is one of the processes involved in textile finishing and requires the use of a kettle to activate the chemicals required for textiles.
Food companies need large quantities of hot water for their daily work. The methods and techniques used in turning raw materials into food and turning food into other edible forms include devices that rely heavily on hot water.
In addition, food processing enterprises must meet sanitary, health, and hygienic requirements and hot water play a key role in its implementation. Heat recovery is used by various food companies to maximize and reuse the heat that has been generated.