Fluence has decades of experience delivering sustainable water and wastewater solutions to communities large and small. Fluence has more than 30 years of experience in the design, construction, and operation of water and wastewater treatment plants for municipal clients, government entities, communities, emergency relief, and private use.
Usage here can vary greatly, from small waste water treatment plants (WWTP`s), serving just 2 - 5 population equivalents, up to much larger sites which treat the waste from cities with many thousand population equivalents
Fluence MABR (membrane aerated biofilm reactor) technology address the critical challenges of wastewater treatment plants for: nutrient reduction, high effluent quality, compliance with regulations, minimized energy consumption, at a small footprint, whil
Filter beds with pre-filter are simple, efficient and environmentally friendly ways of treating domestic wastewater from detached houses and holiday homes. The requirements related to operation and maintenance are few in relation to traditional compact plants. These systems can also be adapted to suit clusters of houses, schools, kindergartens, small companies etc.
Either small scale remote drinking water plants or large scale municipal drinking water facilities will benefit from DyVaR technology. DyVaR is applicable for one-step treatment of briny liquids to produce the highest quality of drinking water. In large scale applications with several treatment steps, DyVaR is well suited to treat IX regenerate streams or the concentration of brines streams originating from conventional water treatment systems.
Aluminium is the most abundant metallic element and its salts are widely used as a coagulation treatment agent. At the same time increased levels of aluminium may lead to renal diseases and cause undesirable color and turbidity of distributed water.
There are practicable levels of aluminium in water based on optimization of the coagulation process at drinking-water plants: 0.1 mg/L or less for large water-treatment facilities and 0.2 mg/L or less for small.
Lumex Instruments provides accurate and selective...
The waste-sludge generated by primary and secondary (biological) treatment of municipal & industrial wastewater needs to be managed at every plant big or small. In the larger sewage treatment facilities waste sludge thickening and dewatering has always been assumed a necessity without the planners and designers thinking twice about the cost requirements.
In the smaller and decentralized STP’s where available investment is always lower, the on-site waste-sludge management (thickening & dewatering) maybe compromis...