Antimicrobial resistance: Zero Liquid Discharge can help contain environmental AMR

  30 November 2022

Within the environmental dimension of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the point sources of antibiotic pollution include waste from antibiotic manufacturing industries, hospitals, households and farms.

The pharmaceutical sector needs to employ appropriate waste management technologies in order to ensure the elimination of antibiotic residues from the effluents generated. One such waste management technology is Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD).

Further reading: DownToEarth
Author(s): Dharmesh Kharwar
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