As part of the process to optimise facilities, we set up preventive maintenance plans. This approach helps guarantee the longevity of wastewater plants and ultimately conserves legacy assets.
In the field of urban wastewater treatment, we have developed new solutions that can combine a biological treatment with refining using membrane filtration. Our efficient designs with smaller footprints enable operators to lower the consumption of energy and reactive agents. These solutions support the preservation of biodiversity in the natural environment, as well as serve to protect water resources.
Today more than 3.5 million Australians are serviced by a wastewater treatment plant operated and maintained by SUEZ and our partners. We operate as both project manager and water treatment specialist, taking full control of all stages of the process to design and build treatment plants.
Our wastewater treatment plants service more than 3.5 million Australians.
Through continuous research and development, SUEZ strives to enhance the performance of wastewater treatment plants.
By utilising innovative technologies, we will be able to expend less energy on wastewater treatment while the treated water will surpass even the most stringent regulations.
In addition, as illustrated below, a big part of the wastewater treatment plant of the future is focused on generating energy and recovering nutrients, not simply producing clean water from wastewater.
With the right technologies, we will be able to recover valuable resources from wastewater more efficiently which will make the whole wastewater process more sustainable, and economically viable.