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Micr’Eau wins the tender for the modernisation of the biogas flares at the Talagante wastewater treatment plant in Chile

Micr’Eau wins the tender for the modernisation of the biogas flares at the Talagante wastewater treatment plant in Chile

Micr’Eau-AEC wins the tender launched by Aguas Andinas for the modernization of the biogas flaring line of the Talagante wastewater treatment plant (250,000 eq Hab); this file includes the installation of a new generation flare and the safety of the existing line. This turnkey project of about 180,000 euros represents 4 to 5 months of construction for our Franco-Chilean teams.

Micr’Eau carries out the factory inspection of its largest flare project with its partner Hofstetter

Micr’Eau carries out the factory inspection of its largest flare project with its partner Hofstetter

In the coming weeks, Micr’Eau is due to deliver an important project for the Veolia group in Chile: the supply of a flare and a measurement line for gases entering the combustion sector such as CH4 and CO2 in order to benefit from the Kyoto Protocol tariff, reserved for developing countries.

This project of more than 6 months carried out between the France, the Netherlands and Chile represents a value of several hundred hours of engineering and manufacturing follow-up.

Above is the base of the flare and its biogas compressors in the plant control phase, before its departure to Chile for the waste treatment and storage unit in the Rancagua region (500,000 inhabitants served operated by Veolia’s waste subsidiary)

Cluses: a new biogas storage operation on a digester for the Suez group

Cluses: a new biogas storage operation on a digester for the Suez group

Micr’Eau completes the installation of a gasometer on the digestion unit of the Cluses wastewater treatment plant in the Alps, managed by the Suez group. This is the second project this year for this type of work after the construction site in the east in Benfeld.

The great advantage of this storage technology is the economy of civil engineering and the reduced footprint for the builder of the wastewater treatment plant. Our teams have already installed a dozen of these storage units around the France for urban, industrial and agricultural sites.

ABM wins a technology competition in arsenic treatment

ABM wins a technology competition in arsenic treatment

ABM, our services subsidiary in Chile wins a major R&D tender with ANID on arsenic treatment applications in the environmental sector.

This technological competition launched with a hundred Chilean SMEs allowed our company Andes Bio Medio to be selected among fifteen winners to develop its know-how in arsenic treatment applied to different sectors of the environment:

drinking water, wastewater and treatment of contaminated soils.

With a budget of about 150,000 euros, we will eventually be able to deploy pilots for our water or mining concession customers to better treat their water or waste needs. Above the arsenic station of Antofagasta, one of the potential sites of our experiment

A new gasometer for the Suez Group

A new gasometer for the Suez Group

After Benfeld and before Cluses, Micr’Eau has just manufactured and installed in record time (3 months) a new Sattler gasometer this time in Cholet.
A new example of rehabilitation carried out by Micr’Eau teams without disrupting the operations.
Veolia Chile entrusts Micr’Eau with a €630,000 biogas treatment contract in Rancagua

Veolia Chile entrusts Micr’Eau with a €630,000 biogas treatment contract in Rancagua

This will involve measuring and burning excess biogas (CH4 and CO2) from household waste operated by Veolia at one of the largest landfills in Chile (300 to 400,000 inhabitants near Santiago).

This project will be carried out on the basis of the know-how of our long-standing partner Hofstetter, one of the technological precursors on the Kyoto Protocol to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Above 3D view of the future project