With over 150 years of experience in the field of wastewater and drinking water management, Suez is today one of the major world players in the production of PVDF hollow-fiber membranes and ultrafiltration devices for the treatment and reuse of water in both the public and industrial markets, and among the first manufacturers of aeration membranes for wastewater designed to implement the treatment capacities of existing plants. Suez offers a wide range of devices.
Biowater Technology AS is a Norwegian company specialized in the design and engineering of biomedia to support the growth of attached biomass (biofilm carriers) for MBBR (Moving Bed Biological Reactor) and IFAS (Integrated Fixed-Film Activated Sludge) applications. The company has over 40 years of experience in the field and has an innovative R&D department that has allowed it to fine-tune the production of biofilm carriers for increasing highly performing municipal and industrial applications, both in terms of treatment efficiency and energy consumption.
CREATECH 360 is a Spanish company based in Vic, near Barcelona, specialized in process control and optimization of performance, as well as energy demand of civil and industrial wastewater treatment plants.
The company has developed Creapro®, an advanced control platform that manages and optimizes in real time the treatment stages of a wastewater treatmentplant, based on a combination of mathematical models and advanced control logics that guarantee more effective system monitoring and directly measurable energy savings.
Biogill is an Australian company established in 2009 with the aim of commercializing a technology developed a few years earlier by ANSTO, an Australian organization specializing in nuclear research, based on the interesting property of some ceramic nanomaterials that acted as an exchange surface, during the construction of synthetic rocks for the storage of radioactive waste.
Arvia Technology is an English company, founded in 2007 by a spin-out from the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science at the University of Manchester, which carried out research in the field of nuclear industry. Since 2017, the core business of the company has been essentially aimed to tertiary industrial applications, i.e. the polishing stages of wastewater which had already been pre-treated with other technologies, but that required the removal of specific pollutants, or emerging pollutants, which could otherwise not be reduced , such as antibiotics, benzodiazepines, pesticides, refractory COD and color.