Robust system for septic & feacal sludge treatment and valorization
Biological & physicochemical solutions to treat and reuse urban wastewater
Processes to treat industrial pollution and to recycle water
Processes to produce drinking water
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Biogas plants have been used for decades to treat sewage sludge and increasingly used to treat faecal sludge. This process stabilizes, sanitize and reduces sludge volume while producing a valuable biogas.
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Planted drying beds or planted dewatering beds are a specific treatment process for sewage sludge and are increasingly used to treat faecal sludge.
Sludge are dewatered and mineralized thanks to several mechanical, physical and biological processes.
Wastewater reuse or water recycling is is the use of treated wastewater (or untreated wastewater) for a beneficial purpose.
WHO and UN gives indicators about sanitation worldwide. The figures are alarming.