by Micreau | May 26, 2023 | Non classé
As part of its arsenic treatment needs, Micr’Eau Chile imports and stocks several dozen tons of GEH filter media in Santiago and northern Chile to serve its mining and water concession customers.
This GEH product is required for the treatment of arsenic-contaminated drinking water, but also for industrial water and contaminated soil.
Micr’Eau has been a leader in these sectors in France and Chile for over a decade.
by Micreau | Feb 16, 2023 | Non classé
The Micr’Eau group has two subsidiaries in Chile, one linked to the construction of its drinking water and biogas units, Micr’Eau-AEC, and a second company, ABM, linked to services and in particular to mining companies.
As part of these consulting and support missions, ABM is currently carrying out an audit for the Canadian company Teck, copper producer on the Quebrada Blanca 2 site at 4500 m altitude in northern Chile (near the Bolivian border) to improve the operation and maintenance of the drinking water treatment unit supplying the camp of more than 5000 miners.
Other studies and technical and logistical support projects are being set up, in particular with the companies Cobre y Metales (catodo verde project) and the lithium group SQM near Antofagasta.
by Micreau | Dec 19, 2022 | Non classé
Micr’Eau associated with H2SYS, a specialist in green hydrogen (autonomous electric generator) is one of the 6 winners of the FASEP Low Carbon call for projects. Its €500,000 project for the French part will take place in northern Chile with ENAMI, under the Ministry of Mines, to promote green energy among medium-sized mines. Locally, Micr’Eau will make its Franco-Chilean teams and its partners Cobre y Metales.
The Micr’Eau teams welcomed the Minister in charge of Foreign Trade, Mr. Olivier Becht at the company’s premises to discuss this project.
by Micreau | May 21, 2021 | Non classé
Micr’Eau has started a GEH media change project in Quilicura, one of Chile’s largest drinking water stations (540m3/h) treating arsenic.
The contract covers 36 months and will result in 17 media changes for more than 300T of filter media at 5 stations around Santiago, making it the largest service contract of its kind in the world.
by Micreau | Dec 18, 2020 | Non classé
Micr’Eau signs with AMRA (Regional Association of Mayors of Antofagasta), a region of 700,000 inhabitants and Chile’s main mining area, a technical and commercial cooperation project for 621,000 euros co-financed by the DG Treasury as part of a Fasep.
The project will be to build two arsenic processing units and a saturated media regeneration centre to serve industrial and municipal customers in northern Chile.
This signing ceremony was held at the French Ambassador’s house in Santiago in the presence of the Economic Mission and the elected representatives of the Northern Region as well as the President of the Micr’Eau group Pascal Guasp