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Demonstrating the capabilities of Veolia Water Technologies in North America

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Fort Myers WRF Life Cycle Carbon Footprint Evaluation

Carbon Footprint

The carbon footprint analysis was conducted considering both the embodied carbon for the construction and implementation of the alternatives as well as the operational equivalent CO2 emissions for power, methane (CH4) and N2O.

Hydrotech Discfilter vs. Conventional Sand Filters

Carbon Footprint

A carbon footprint analysis was performed comparing tertiary filtration technologies: the Kruger Hydrotech Discfilter and conventional sand filters.

BioCon® Energy Recovery System (ERS) vs. Rotary Drum Dryer vs. Aerobic Digestion with Land Application

Carbon Footprint

A carbon footprint analysis was performed comparing three biosolids treatment technologies: the Kruger BioCon ERS, a conventional natural gas fired dryer (with no post-incineration) and aerobic digestion for Class B biosolids (land application).

MBBR LagoonGuard® vs. Aerated Lagoon Expansion

Carbon Footprint

Two options were studied in order to meet new BOD effluent limits at this small WWTP: build additional lagoons or add an MBBR in a LagoonGuard® configuration.

Inclined HYDROVEX® Valve (IHV) vs. Actuated Gate Valve

Carbon Footprint

The carbon footprint of the Inclined HYDROVEX® Valve is 70 times smaller over 100 years than an actuated gate valve.

BIOSTYR® BAF vs. Conventional Activated Sludge

Carbon Footprint

Several options were studied for the upgrade of this WWTP, including Conventional Activated Sludge (CAS) and Biological Aerated Filter (BAF). The BAF option was selected for plant upgrade.

Irving Paper

Pulp & Paper

The two Actiflo® package plants, built by Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies., are used to treat wastewater from the vacuum pump seal

Levure Fleischmann

Food & Beverage

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies. proposed the installation of two (2) ACP-400 Actiflo® packaged clarification units in the existing clarifier

General Motors Cactus Plant | Water Reuse ZLD System

Automotive

The General Motors Cactus Plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, is an automobile assembly plant situated in an area with limited-capacity deep wells that supply the production facility with process water.

Chevron, San Ardo Produced Water Treatment

Oil & Gas

The treatment process includes a common pretreatment step for free oil removal followed by OPUS® technology to achieve the discharge water quality and a Series Softening System for generation of OTSG make-up water.

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