Protect the natural environment

We deliver efficient solutions to produce drinking water responsibly, collect and treat wastewater and stormwater , recharge water tables and continuously monitor natural environments and biodiversity
Our solutions

Produce drinking water responsibly

Drinking water production consumes resources, where raw water is collected for treatment to become drinkable and distributed to consumers. We deliver solutions that protect water resources by limiting the impact of extraction:

  • Smart wells management using boreholes equipped with sensors to supply operational data through AQUADVANCED® Well Watch
  • Modelling of raw water quality to combat nitrates
  • Prevention of leaks, often the leading cause of water waste, by optimising network performance and preserving water resources through AQUADVANCED® Water Networks

Collect and treat wastewater and stormwater

Wastewater and stormwater are potential sources of pollution when they are discharged into the natural environment. We support progress in regulatory frameworks by developing advanced technologies to optimise the treatment of wastewater and stormwater to prevent contamination of raw water resources:

  • Optimal decontamination to limit their impact on the natural environment
  • Early detection and management of emergencies using smart systems and maximised facility capacities with AQUADVANCED® Urban Drainage

Recharge water tables

60 to 90% of water consumed is taken from water tables. These resources are therefore severely affected and can suffer periods of drought. Together, these two factors can cause levels to drop. We deliver efficient solutions to recharge water tables:

  • Product inspired by the natural water cycle
  • Recharge using treated raw water from another source
  • Recharge using decontaminated wastewater

Continuously monitor natural environments and biodiversity

We deliver solutions and smart services for dynamic, forward-looking management of water resources:

  • Introduction of sensors and probes connected to servers and coupled to decision-aid systems
  • Real-time data management
  • Integration and modelling of data concerning bacteria, weather, together with network data
  • Alerts to authorities if the water quality deteriorates
  • Dynamic response and anticipation of pollution due to weather events

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