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Water reuse

Reliance on clean drinking water for non-potable applications such as irrigation, gardening, watering lawns and washing cars is a critical factor in the world’s escalating water scarcity. By embracing water reuse, we’re helping conserve and replenish natural water resources.

Your challenges

Accessing safe alternative water resources

Water scarcity is an ongoing challenge for municipalities, whether in rapidly growing cities or drought-affected rural and remote areas. Local authorities must meet increasingly stringent water quality requirements and minimise reliance on drinking water for non-potable applications. They seek access to alternative water resources and world-class facilities that enable them to meet rising demand while protecting the local environment and public health.
40
%
increased demand for fresh water by 2030
20
%
reduction in water supplies from drought and climate change 
Our solutions

Producing high quality recycled water

SUEZ’s advanced water reuse technologies enable the recycling of water for a wide range of purposes.

We have proven expertise across primary, secondary, tertiary and advanced treatment requirements to offer communities a safe, reliable and locally-controlled water supply. The water is treated in different ways, dependent on the source and use of the water and how it is delivered.

Our plants create an additional and climate independent water source to boost drinking water supplies, offering a real solution to addressing water scarcity.

Recycled water treatment processes

SUEZ water processing for reuse diagram

 

One stop shop

SUEZ is both project manager and water treatment specialist, enabling full control of all stages in the design and build of water treatment facilities.

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Our references

They trust us

SUEZ has more than 50 water reuse references across the globe, treating a combined total of 882 million cubic metres of wastewater each day for reuse.

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