Characteristics of the material:
2000m3 of storage and 1000 Nm3/h of biogas flaring.
Total value of investment – $200,000
Construction time 1 year (2019/2020)
The internship may be relocated to central France (Auvergne region) or Hauts de France (Lille region) depending on the detailed content of the service to be provided and the candidate's interest in the position and its geographical proximity to one of two targeted centres.
The candidate will have to:
-show real motivation to work as a team with different industrial partners,
-mastering drinking water subjects (water treatment and water chemistry in particular);
– practice at least one foreign language (German, Spanish or English) professionally
The internship will be paid according to the agreements in force with universities or large schools.
The internship would start from mid-September 2020.
Contact: Pascal guasp executive by sending cover letter and CV
By email: P.email@example.com
Micreau and its construction teams have achieved the feat of mounting in less than a week two major equipment for the future station of Bonneuil in France (SIAAH- 500,000 Eq Habitants):
– A 1500m3 Sattler brand biogas stocker (Germany)
– A 600 Nm3/h Hofstetter capacity flare (Holland)
These two imposing equipments: torch 7m high and gasometer 10m high, will allow the biogas line designed by OTV to ensure storage and security of the process.
The combined amount of this transaction represents an investment of more than 160,000 euros HT.
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.
1. For the haute Ariège union with pilot trials at a spa site to validate an adsorption filtration treatment line planned this summer.
2. In the central massif, the evacuation of GEH saturated from the largest arsenic treatment plant in terms of pollution
3. In the Paris region, the Micr’eau group acquires a high-concentration arsenic treatment pilot from research on micro-fibers and ion exchange resins
With these varied services, the Micr’eau Group confirms its leadership in the arsenic sector in France from the conception, to the commissioning of treatment units as well as the associated SAV.
Micreau is entrusted with an audit mission at the Alsatian site of Roquette frères for the storage of biogas
Micr’Eau and its leader Pascal Guasp, who has represented Sattler for 20 years in France, will soon be working in May on the roquette frères site in Alsace to audit the biogas storage facility of the yeast manufacturer.
Storage specialist in all its forms Sattler and its French partner have jointly built more than 60 biogas units in France and on all continents.
By remotely following the ultra-pure water treatment unit it installed last year on the salar de los Ratones at 4000m in the north of the country; by respecting the rules imposed by COVID19 of strict compliance with containment but using the teletransmission means existing between France, Chile and Argentina, the Micr’Eau group will provide a technical assistance mission for the operation and maintenance of this very advanced unit.
Kerry leader, one of the world’s leading agribusiness companies (26,000 people), an Irish-born group, is one of our new customers in the biogas sector.
The Grasse site has just placed an order in Micr’Eau for the installation of a gasometer on lNG to replace the old system of its treatment process. Micr’Eau will supply and install the DMGSTM model developed by its partner Sattler, the world leader in biogas storage.
The Micr’eau Group has just completed two new business of supplying filter media for the treatment of arsenic in drinking water in France
With these two new cases delivered in April 2020, the Micr’Eau Group and its leader Pascal Guasp, have installed and supplied in media filtering hydroxide iron (GEH or Bayoxide ) more than 80 arsenic processing units over the past ten years in France, Europe, South East Asia and South America, making it one of the world leaders in the sector.
Due to COVID 19 the Expomin exhibition, the main mining industry fair in Latin America which was to be held from 20 to 24 April 2020 in Santiago de Chile is postponed from 9th november to 13th november 2020. Micr’eau and its subsidiary AEC will be delighted to welcome you to discuss your water treatment or biogas projects.
Micr’Eau has just won a new contract for 4800 kg of GEH 102 filtering media supplies from one of its most loyal French customers located in central France; this security supply will be carried out in the coming weeks in order to build up a stock during Coronavirus period.
Micr’Eau is piloting the city of Santiago de Chile for 3 months to test several filter media to optimize the treatment of arsenic, this project is co-financed by CORFO, the public body in charge of innovation in Chile.
Micr’Eau will install an Hofstetter Flare for the waste water plant of Bonneuil en France ( 500.000 people equivalent) to secure the biogasline .
Micr’eau is also entitled to install on the same site a gasholder from Sattler .
In the south west of France, Micreau will install two Sattler gasholders on post digestors for the Basse Ariège project won by Veolia in 2019.