J+J assumes control of water reuse system

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Dalton—J+J Flooring Group said it has assumed full-time operational responsibilities for its EcoCycle/Aquafinity industrial water reuse system from Aqua-Chem. 
The two companies designed and developed the first dyehouse wastewater reuse system for the carpet industry, and partnered in the day-to-day running of the system to improve operational parameters and finished product quality.

J+J said it sought technology to reduce the company’s water usage by 66% by 2020 as part of its 20/20 Sustainability Vision.
 The system includes heat recovery, multiple filtration steps and membrane technology to treat wastewater for reuse in industrial applications.
 Approximately 68% of J+J’s dyehouse waste effluent is treated using Aqua-Chem’s technology.

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