Micr'Eau as part of its international development has secured more than 350,000 euros in contracts in Latin America with a contract for Suez de Mexico for the Chihuahua treatment plant where it will supply a gasometer that stores 2650 m3 of biogas; as well as for the main Buenos Aires station of Barros Sur Oeste for 3 gasometers of 1400m3 of capacity.
These projects are being manufactured in Europe and will be delivered this spring by our teams.
Micr'Eau launched its FASEP project in Chile this winter to bring all its technical expertise on the ability of isolated sites in the arsenic-contaminated Antofagasta region, such as below in Toconao and Socaire at an altitude of 3,500m; In addition, in this project Micr'Eau will develop services to take over saturated media to regenerate them and give them a second life, thus contributing to the improvement of the environmental environment on soil pollution and thus bringing an operating economy to the indigenous communities it will manage in the Salar of Atacama. This project is planned to take place in the year 2021 and will occupy a dozen people in France and Chile. As a reminder, this project is financed by France to the tune of 521,000 euros as part of the programme to relaunch SMEs from the environment sector.
1/ Micreau has just completed the Kerry project in the PACA region in May for the coverage of a high-rise gasometer on an industrial station operated by SAUR. This project carried out in one week mobilized 5 people from our company to resume operation within 8 days.
2/ Micreau will start the Hofstetter torch and Sattler gasometer installed by its care at the Ginestous/Toulouse treatment plant built by OTV Sud Ouest (Veolia Group) at the beginning of July.
3/ In June we install the Sattler gasometer on the Octeva site (Urbaser group) to store biogas from the methanisation of household waste in the Calais region.
1. Micr’Eau filed a file for the I-Nov call for projects on May 12, 2020 on the ADEME platform to launch an in-depth research on the management of arsenic-related filter media and the treatment of arsenic in effluents.
2. In Chile, its subsidiary is continuing technical cooperation with Corfo, Chile's research and development finance agency, as part of a circular economy programme allowing it to test media filters saturated drinking water treatment plants, with the experimental fields located on the capital Santiago de Chile.