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Water is essential to life. It is vital for our bodies but also for our planet. It supports the ecosystems, it regulates the climate, it gives water to humans, but also to animals and plants… It acts for our agriculture, our industry, it transports us, it feeds us…

Today, it is threatened. Drought, overexploitation, pollution, bad management, … So what can we do to protect it? We explain you everything.

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aquacan unique patented distribution system

aquacan®

wastewater treatment

Our x-perco® trickling filter uses the percolation process on a filtering medium, xylit, to purify wastewater. After the decantation process, the water is distributed evenly over the xylit by means of the aquacan®, a rotative bucket designed by eloy water.

circular economy filtering medium

xylit

wastewater treatment

The x-perco® trickling filter is a biological filter that uses the natural wastewater purification principle. This technology is powerless. Treatment is provided by a bacteria population fixed to an fibre called xylit.

process compact filter

wastewater treatment in two steps

wastewater treatment

The x-perco® trickling filter treats wastewater by reproducing the purification processes found in nature. After a first decantation phase, the wastewater is then treated using a filtering medium: the xylit.

biological waswater treatment

the oxybee®

wastewater treatment

Your oxyfix® uses the submerged aerobic fixed-film technology, better known as SAFF. Bacteria are the main players in the treatment process. Within the oxyfix®, they fasten themselves to a medium/biocarrier designed by eloy called the oxybee®.

wastewater treatment oxyfix

wastewater treatment in three phases

wastewater treatment

The oxyfix®  is a solution for the treatment of wastewater with a small footprint. Three phases take place in turn to complete the treatment and discharge the treated water.

Lupulus

high-performance solution
for an exceptional brewery

case study

A bespoke wastewater treatment installation helps a brewery continue to grow in an environmentally-sensitive area.