Tradem Germany: Removing the High Carbon Emission Label by Starting with Water Treatment

 

According to the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction’s report “Human Cost of Disasters 2000-2019,” the number of global extreme high-temperature events has increased by 232% over the past 20 years. In 2023, the average near-surface temperature is 1.45°C higher than pre-industrial levels. Concentrations of the three main greenhouse gases—carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide—are still rising, with carbon dioxide levels 50% higher than pre-industrial levels. It is evident that we are in an unprecedented global warming process. Despite intensified climate action across countries and sectors, global greenhouse gas emissions are at their highest level in history, and continued warming over the next few decades is inevitable.

Reducing carbon emissions has become one of the most urgent societal issues. As major carbon emitters, manufacturing enterprises should lead by example and actively engage in environmental protection. A food and beverage production company, after years of governance, has successfully removed its high carbon emission label and achieved green production. The key to their carbon reduction lies in the application of high-tech, eco-friendly water treatment technology—Germany’s Tradem water treatment technology.

 

Since its debut in 1992, Tradem water treatment technology has benefited over 100 countries and regions worldwide, maintaining a 20-year lead over industry peers. As an innovative application in the pure physical field, Tradem uses no electricity or additives. Instead, it employs ultra-fine oscillatory waves with editable information to directly alter the physical properties of scale, soften old scale, and prevent new scale formation. It also changes the water environment, inhibiting the growth of bacteria and algae, and forms an oxide layer on the inner walls of pipes to prevent corrosion. This achieves efficient descaling, strong scale inhibition, anti-corrosion, and algae suppression, allowing treated industrial water to be discharged directly, truly achieving zero energy consumption, zero material consumption, zero carbon emissions, and zero pollution.

Tradem charges service fees based on a percentage of the total energy savings, solving industrial water problems in collaboration with partner companies. Enterprises not only obtain ideal water treatment results but also significantly reduce water treatment costs and receive long-term technical support from Tradem. Hundreds of large domestic enterprises have benefited from cooperating with Tradem Germany.

 

A newly purchased centrifugal air compressor of the company began tripping only three months after being put into operation. By six months, it was tripping every three to four days. After a series of investigations, the cause was found to be scale formation in the cooling circulation water, leading to low heat exchanger efficiency, high equipment temperature, and automatic tripping of the over-temperature protection system. Each tripping incident required hours to open the unit and clean the scale, severely disrupting normal production.

 

After applying Tradem water treatment technology, old scale gradually fell off, and no significant new scale was formed. Inspections required only simple water flushing, and the compressor’s operating time was greatly extended, reducing maintenance frequency. This not only lowered carbon emissions but also improved the company’s economic benefits.

 

Nowadays, with strong societal calls for action, more and more companies are taking tangible steps to practice carbon reduction. Environmental protection technology has become a crucial means for these companies to achieve green development. With Tradem’s assistance, dozens of companies make breakthroughs in carbon reduction each year, and this number is continuously increasing. Tradem believes that more companies will benefit from this high-tech, eco-friendly water treatment technology in the future and is willing to strengthen communication and cooperation with all enterprises to contribute to the cause of environmental protection.

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