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Water Recovery

Reclaiming water from wastewater

Every drop counts

With growing population and climate change, water becomes a valuable resource. Treated sewage can be reclaimed to restore aquifers or as irrigation water where water is scarce.

By reusing treated wastewater, production facilities can increase water efficiency and cut back on tap-water dependency. When recovering biogas, water and even nutrients, wastewater treatment plants can be turned into water resource factories.

Membrane Bio Reactor

LUCAS® Submerged MBR and LUCAS® Crossflow MBR are our proprietary membrane bio-reactor (MBR) wastewater treatment technologies for municipal and industrial wastewater allowing the filtrate to be ready for reuse. To obtain safe potable drinking water quality, LUCAS® MBR technology can be integrated in a membrane AQUALITY® Reverse Osmosis solution.

Membrane filtration

Where the treatment process design does not include MBR technology, the combination of AQUALITY® ultra-filtration and reverse osmosis will guarantee process or drinking water from industrial bio-effluent, treated in a conventional wastewater treatment process.

Non-membrane effluent polishing

Even without implementing MBR or membrane technology, tertiary treatment and effluent polishing allow treated municipal waste water to restore groundwater level, for reuse in agriculture, or for further treatment into safe drinking water.

We design cradle-to-gate conventional quality water production facilities with process steps including abstraction, iron removal, softening, filtering, ion exchange, activated carbon to disinfection: all steps needed for the production of quality drinking water or to restore groundwater level and for reuse in agriculture.

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