Is it a wastewater treatment plant or a garden?
This picture is inside an Organica wastewater treatment plant in France and it treats 3.5 MLD of wastewater. Its one of many new Organica systems being used around the world.
Organica is a natural treatment system combining conventional wastewater treatment technology with a botanic ecosystem. Organica uses plant roots that grow into the effluent encouraging bacteria and living organisms to develop.
This creates a completely natural form of treatment providing significant reductions in space, energy use and operating costs.
An Organica plant is designed to look like a greenhouse or garden and is now available in the Australian market, but only from Hydroflux.
The advantages over traditional WWTPs
- An attractive WWTP that looks like a garden
- 60 per cent less space used
- 30 per cent less energy demand and sludge production
- Easily integrated into dense urban areas
- Lower operating costs
For further information please call Hydroflux Huber on 1300 417 697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org