submerged aerated culture
Three successive phases for optimal treatment: decantation, aeration and clarification.
The SAFF process uses three wastewater treatment phases. The successive phases purify the effluent for optimal results.
- primary decanting
- biological reaction
Simple technology ensures easy management of the solutions using this process. Electromechanical elements are reduced to the strict minimum required.
- low risk of breakdown
- no risk of clogging
- automated operation
This process enables the treatment of wastewater in small volumes, making it very effective and discrete.
- small footprint to be buried
- integrated with the landscape
- no odours
our micro-station technology
The oxyfix® micro-station uses SAFF technology, which provides stability, effectiveness and durability for wastewater treatment.
treatment for your large-scale projects
The SAFF process is particularly well suited for treating the wastewater of small and medium communities thanks to its ease of use and optimal yields.
did you know?
oxybee® it is at the heart of the SAFF process. It is used as a bacterial medium within the biological reactor. It optimises wastewater treatment thanks to its large available surface area (200 m2 per m3 of oxybee®).