All water is collected and impurities are converted to solid waste in a zero liquid discharge (ZLD) method to water treatment. Whereas many water treatment methods aim to enhance freshwater recovery while minimising waste, ZLD is the most difficult to achieve since the expense and difficulty of recovery rises as the wastewater becomes more concentrated. Salinity, scaling chemicals, and organics all have higher concentrations, which adds to the expense of handling them. ZLD is done by connecting water treatment technologies that can treat wastewater as pollutants become more concentrated. Despite adopting differing boundaries to identify the point where discharge occurs, some waste management technologies are characterised as zero liquid discharge.
To achieve zero liquid discharge, a facility or site boundary line that houses the commercial process is usually designated the border orboundary condition,' where wastewater must be cleaned, recycled, and converted to solids for disposal. Certain facilities believe this to be zero liquid discharge since they send their wastewaters off-site for processing, deep well storage, or cremation. This method of zero liquid discharge removes continuous liquid discharge to surface waterways or sewers, however it comes at a high expense. Pinakin Technology Solutions adopts this strategy because, in a climate where freshwater is becoming a more precious resource, industrial activities endanger its supply on different fronts unless it is treated. Many industrial operations needs water, which reduces the amount of water available for the ecosystem or other activities, or pollutes and releases water that harms the surrounding ecosystem.