Micr’Eau, leader in France on specialty filtering media
Each in 3 different areas: hospital waters, municipal waters and mineral waters. In total about thirty tons of media GEH (iron oxide) and Actiguard (activated alumina) delivered this summer.
Micr’Eau cooperates with the CNRS
Micreau, thanks to the support of the “Find an Expert” service of the CNRS, has signed a technical cooperation agreement with the Institute of Chemistry of Clermont-Ferrand, a research laboratory of the CNRS and the University Clermont Auvergne and Sigma Clermont, to characterize the adsorption power of filter media applied in the elimination of arsenic.
With a very important tooling and a strong competence in the field of adsorbent media, this laboratory should allow Micreau to strengthen its technological knowledge in this market segment applied to drinking water but also to industrial and mining effluents.
To learn more about this collaboration, watch the joint video between the leader of Micreau and Mr. Claude Forano, professor at the University clermont Auvergne, which was presented on June 25, 2021 by the team of the “Find an Expert” service of the CNRS as part of the event “Connexion Days” organized by the LAB’O village by CA , crédit Agricole Centre Loire, the technopole and the metropolis of Orléans.
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Micr’Eau starts biggest arsenic contract in Santiago, Chile
Micr’Eau has started a GEH media change project in Quilicura, one of Chile’s largest drinking water stations (540m3/h) treating arsenic.
Supply of filter media in France and internationally
In the first half of the year, it delivered more than 50 tons of media on the French market and in Chile to its customers such as Saur, Air Eau Système , SDEA (67), RLV (63) in the arsenic market as well as that of iron and manganese or fluorine.
In Chile, despite the Covid crisis, a 40-foot container for 20 tons of GEH is expected in the coming weeks to supply its municipal and industrial customers such as Wes Chile, the San Pedro d'Atacama RP Or Toconao and Chile's private water dealers.