Significant footprint reduction drives CAPEX savings.
How does Organica reduce the physical footprint of a WWTP?
As a result of the use of both plant roots and Organica’s proprietary bio-fiber media as fixed film carriers, Organica FCR WWTPs typically hold about 12-18 kg of biomass per cubic meter of reactor space.
This concentration of biomass is 3 to 4 times more than conventional solutions such as Activated Sludge.
With 3-4 times as many “hungry mouths” consuming the nutrient and contaminant content in the wastewater in same amount of space, Organica FCR WWTPs are typically 50-75% smaller than an Activated Sludge WWTP would be for the same quantity and quality influent.
Construction costs less, even without considering land value.
How much does it cost?
Smaller footprint means land cost savings, but it also means less concrete, less steel, and less general equipment.
As a result, even without including land costs, for same quality and quantity of influent Organica FCR WWTPs have a lower capital cost than conventional solutions.
Ask for a quotation today and compare the competitiveness of Organica FCR for your project!
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