In arid environments, specifically Africa, inadequate water sources have resulted in poor-quality water use in business and agricultural industries. This can also negatively impact the ecosystem along with the industry's water management.
In solar power generation facilities, evaporating basins are usually used to release and store industrial contaminated wastewater. Examination of the environmental implications and concerns of this experience suggests such form of wastewater discharge in order to reduce industrial effluents’ direct release into the environment.
Unfortunately, this strategy could have far-reaching global environmental consequences and issues. In this research, we examined the evolution of the effluent's Physico-chemical characteristics over a long period using a methodological approach for a power station located in Morocco; the findings of this practical study show a significant increase in the physicochemical characteristics of the wastewater released in the evaporating basins, which might be interpreted by an increase in water pollution.
In the situation of an unintended incident wastewater spill, water contamination poses a significant risk to the environment and may negatively impact wildlife. Recycling industrial effluent reduces environmental and ecological difficulties.
The primary objective of this study is to examine wastewater recycling and the generation of treated water in a solar still utilizing renewable energy in order to minimize the environmental and ecological problems associated with wastewater discharged into evaporating basins. This concept requires a thorough consideration of the design of the solar still as well as the renewable energy sources that could be utilized in conjunction with the solar still