Micr’Eau’s teams carried out turnkey installation of two Sattler DMGS TM gasometers on post digesters as part of the modernization of the wastewater treatment plant financed by the SDEA in Alsace.
Micr’Eau, holder of a €621,000 FASEP project co-financed by DG Treasury in Chile, is currently on a mission to the Salar de Atacama to install two drinking water treatment units eliminating arsenic. These stations located in Toconao and Socaire will discharge 400 and 200m3/d respectively and will be able to treat up to 250 ppb of arsenic.
Micr’Eau, with its experience in arsenic treatment by adsorption filtration, has just signed a contract to clean up arsenic-contaminated soils with Terzeo (a subsidiary of the Clamens construction and waste group).
This ambitious project should make it possible to clean up an industrial zone in Ile de France and to continue the treatment of arsenic in a second phase concerning the industrial effluents of the same customer.
Lille les Marquette Plant
Micr’Eau offers its services in terms of management of storage units and biogas flaring both on the brands it distributes in France and internationally such as Sattler and Hofstetter; but also it also ensures the follow-up and repair of equipment of colleagues who have disappeared from the market such as BSDV and VSO.
This is evidenced by its maintenance and operation contracts with Veolia in Brussels or Lille; or with Suez in Santiago de Chile, Versailles or Toulouse. Our French or Chilean teams (with AEC and ABM) are at your service and in a very short time to give you assistance on these biogas works so much in demand.
Micr’Eau has won with the water operator ESVAL (Valparaiso region) a public call for the supply of filtering media for arsenic treatment and the associated service (removal of the saturated media Bayoxide; installation of the new GEH and the filter underlay).
This contract will be executed during the November-December period with the support of our two Chilean subsidiaries AEC and ABM, dedicated to construction and environmental services.
The Punta Piedra station treats 7200m3/d of drinking water to supply the Serena and Coquimbo, two cities located 500 km north of Santiago de Chile.
As part of the largest biomethane recovery market in France (+€200 million market), Micr’Eau participated this autumn in the installation of 6 Hofstetter flares with a 3600 Nm3/h biogas burning capacity. This delivery of key equipment for the biogas sector designed by the Suez group on behalf of SIAAP on the Achères wastewater treatment plant (8 million equivalent inhabitants) is part of the services provided by our company in France and abroad.