Industrial Sodium Waste Stream Recycling

Several industrial processes contain or require sodium (Na). As a result, their waste streams also contain high amounts of sodium which can be recycled using our technology. Some potential possibilities that we are exploring are:

(1) Separation and recycling of sodium in the form of sodium hydroxide from chemical process streams.

(2) Recycling of sodium salts based contaminated aqueous stream to produce the acid and base constituents.

(3) Recycling of sodium sulfate from Paper and Pulp industries and other chemical processes to make value added chemicals such as Caustic (NaOH) and acid constituents.

(4) Separation of sodium from organic streams containing glycerine base, lignin, Tall oil, black liquor and any biomass derived processes.