This is soiled water from the drainage of bath tubs, showers and bathroom sinks.
This is usually all the wastewater discharged by a residential or commercial building. In addition to containing greywater, mixed wastewater includes blackwater from the drainage of toilets, urinals, kitchen sinks, clothes washers, floor drains, etc.
Rainwater collected by gutters and roof drains. In some cases, the water captured by the drains outside can also be recycled.
This is wastewater from industrial, agricultural or other sources. We can perform its characterization and propose a suitable system.
Important fact : Recycled water is always considered non-potable. Our advanced technology produces high-quality, colorless, and odorless water compliant with NSF-350, the industry’s most widely recognized international standard.
Recycled water is generally used for toilet flushing, outdoor irrigation, laundry, vehicle washing, household cleaning, and a variety of industrial applications.
Depending on the regulations in force in your community, the use of recycled water may sometimes be restricted. Contact us for details.
Wherever recycled water comes from and whatever it is used for, safety and reliability must always come first to avoid health risks and failures. Trust our team of professionals and contact us to discuss your project.
Water recycling has many benefits and is the key to responsible water management.
The price of potable water and the cost of wastewater purification are constantly on the rise. Recycling is an investment that pays off because it drastically reduces the amount of water used in a building.
Water is a major factor in environmental certifications. Thanks to AQUARTIS technology, you can earn points in several categories.
The strain on public sewer systems and septic equipment is minimized when water is recycled. Likewise, some of the excess strain associated with contaminants such as BOD and suspended matter is minimized.
Buildings use much less potable water without occupants having to make any changes to their water consumption habits.
More and more governments faced with occasional or permanent water shortages are adopting laws to limit the use of potable water. In such cases, the best option is to recycle water.
Some critical applications such as certain industrial processes can be made safer through recycling, which helps stabilize the quality of the water used and makes it easier to monitor.
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