Environmental Responsibility

White House is always concerned and committed to greener environment and gives utmost importance for controlling the pollution. In textile processing industries water pollution is the major issue. This is handled in 3 stages:

  • Treating the wash water from the dye house in an Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) by biological method of precipitation by chemical dosing, aeration, settling and filtration. This reduces the Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)
  • The treated water from the Effluent Treatment Plant is processed in a Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant. The permeate water from the RO plant which is about 85% of the input water is recycled and used in the process plant
  • The reject water from RO plant with high Total Dissolved Solid (TDS) is mixed with dye water effluent and subjected to evaporation in 3 sets of Multiple Effect Evaporators. The water vapour from the evaporators, after condensation, is also reused in the process.

The effluent water is fully processed and reused thereby the Company achieves ZERO DISCHARGE status

The treated water from effluent treatment plant is used for cultivating land surrounding the process unit. Mango, guava and coconut trees are grown. A main part of the land is under paddy cultivation. We have been able to convert barren into a green belt which we consider as our moral responsibility towards society.

In our endeavor towards a "Clean and Green Vision", the State Government of Andhra Pradesh has recognized our contribution and has awarded "Cleaner Production Technologies” certificate for maintaining high standards in pollution control.