Veolia Water Technologies
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Enhanced anaerobic digestion has become the performance benchmark for biogas production -- with thermal sludge hydrolysis being recognized as the most effective pre-treatment option.Therefore, Veolia has developed the Exelys™ technology, an exclusive and truly continuous thermal hydrolysis system.
Although applicable standards for setting minimum concentrations for priority substances and persistent organic pollutants (POP) have yet to be established within the European Union, Veolia already offers efficient solutions for treating micro-pollutants in urban and industrial wastewaters.
The ANITATM Mox process is a sustainable and cost-effective solution that treats effluents highly loaded in ammonia.
The Billund BioRefinery, a new and exciting demonstration plant in the process of being built in Denmark, will showcase some of the best and most innovative environmental technologies treating bio-waste and wastewater available today.
The city of Warsaw, with the help of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, has just inaugurated its new wastewater treatment plant, bringing it in line with European standards.
Water and energy are closely linked and interdependent. Energy generation requires utilization of water resources. Conversely, about 8% of the global energy generation is used for pumping, treating and transporting water.
To meet increasing water demands, the Catalan Water Agency, Asociacion Empresarial Quimica de Tarragona (Chemical Industry Association of Tarragona), and Aguas Industriales de Tarragon, S.A. (Tarragona Industrial Water Association) selected the French company Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies as its technological partner to develop a solution.
Veolia has been working closely with Affinity Water to develop a process to remove metaldehyde from drinking water.
Veolia has completed an extension to its Biotherm® pasteurisation process at Thames Water's Mogden Sewage Treatment Works to treat the sewage sludge which is produced following anaerobic digestion.
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