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Audit and analysis of industrial wastewater with Biotechnology

Picture of an industrial wastewater treatment plant where water samples will be taken for analysis to apply AMAPEX solution.

The demands and limits of discharges in terms of industrial wastewater are increasingly strict, forcing companies to undertake water analysis, to be able to decide the best water treatments that help eliminate – in the best of cases – or reduce the presence of polluting chemicals used in their activities. Until now, conventional wastewater treatments […]

Bioremediation of soils contaminated by hydrocarbons

Reference image on the bioremediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soil. Soil in which a plant is starting to grow.

Since the beginning of the agrarian revolution and later the industrial revolution, continental soils have been the most damaged. Industrial activity, being an activity of transformation of raw materials into manufactured materials, generates waste that can potentially harm nature. Although industrial activity is not the only one responsible for soil degradation, it is the most […]

Sludge disposal from water treatment plant applying AMAPEX solution

Reduction and compaction of sludge in a wastewater treatment plant using biotechnology. In the treatment of industrial wastewater, large amounts of sludge are generated as a result, requiring its extraction to be treated or that can be used as composting. In most industrial wastewater treatment plants (WWTP), the formation and treatment of this sludge is […]

Enzymatic wastewater treatment

Enzymatic wastewater treatment

The huge amount of pollutants from industrial activities represents a threat to the ecological and environmental balance. Chlorinated organic compounds, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, pesticides, dioxins, industrial dyes, and other xenobiotics are among the most significant industrial pollutants. A great variety of these xenobiotics are substrates for different types of enzymes, consequently, susceptible to enzymatic transformation. […]

Innovations in wastewater treatment: Biotechnology and electrochemistry

Photo of waste water from industrial activity discharged into the sea.

Dual wastewater treatment with biotechnology and electrochemistry. Today, wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) clean wastewater to be able to return it to the environment, treating it as waste and allocating many resources, both energy, and economics, in its purification. In addition, it is increasing the engineering and the elimination of the innovative technology that we consent […]

What do we know about Nature Based Solutions (NBS)?

Complex created in a former mining site with nature-based solutions, in which two forests were created, one tropical and the other Mediterranean.

The use of the term Nature Based Solutions (NBS) is coined and supported by the European Union, and they define it as solutions to environmental, social, and economic problems based on or copying solutions that exist in nature itself. With regard to environmental problems, the most innovative techniques consist of exploring and imitating non-human organisms, […]

How to increase biogas efficiency?

Image of biogas production plant

Biogas is one of the most increasing energy production system over the world. The benefits from biogas are remarkable as long as the producer knows how to produce, treat, improve, and distribute it. In this new post, we will focus on how to increase biogas efficiency, the most useful part of biogas coming from biodigesters, […]