Optimization of current practices
Optimization generally starts with the detailed knowledge of the existing infrastructures (drawings, design notes, etc.), the current operational practices (O&M manual, daily procedures, etc.)
and the physicochemical characteristics of the (waste)water at stake. This may be done by some data mining in the existing files or may require
The data analysis can then say a lot not only on the performances of the (waste)water collection and treatment system but sometimes also on the very production process when looking at industrial wastewater. We are somehow "water rudologists". Tell us what is in your effluent, we will tell you the performances of your process (to some extent)! This analysis can also give valuable information about the compliance with local regulations, the levers for energy savings, the treated wastewater reuse opportunities, the possible operational failures, the potential for a better data collection and use, and much more.
It is in our core expertise to analyze these data and draw recommendations to optimize your operational practices and to solve your water related issues within your financial and technical capabilities. Doing more with less is very often achievable through the implementation of state-of-the-art practices and of the maximization of the reduce and reuse water management principle.