Wastewater treatment methods are an extremely important part of keeping our environment sustainable. The treated wastewater is usually led back to natural water bodies, where it then gets extracted and… Read More
Taking up new challenges is really deep into the DNA of our Organicans, and this is something that they do in every aspect of their lives. Following a suggestion from our… Read More
Laguna Technopark, a light industrial park near Laguna lake, 18.5 miles south of Metro Manila, upgraded to the Organica Water solution in November 2017. The 6,500 m3/d facility is the… Read More
In 1998, while Attila Bodnar practiced architecture in the United States, an idea began to develop. The urban wastewater cycle had significant challenges and needed a completely new solution for… Read More
Northwest of Vancouver on the lower “Sunshine Coast” of British Columbia, lies the municipality of Sechelt, Canada. The environmental challenge that needed to be solved within this beautiful and natural… Read More
This past year, Organica Water announced the successful start-up of its 31,000 m3/d Bhatpara Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), built by the Larsen & Toubro Company. Since the finish… Read More
Organica Water is pleased to announce the launch of yet another new social marketing campaign addition through LinkedIn, titled the Organica Water Food Chain Reactor (FCR) showcase page.
In addition… Read More
Organica Water is pleased to announce the launch of a new social marketing campaign through LinkedIn, titled Organica Water Life. In addition to our main Organica Water LinkedIn page, we… Read More
The newest central business and lifestyle district south of Metro Manila in the Philippines is getting an upgrade! Organica Water has been awarded a 10.5 MLD Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)… Read More
From October 9th – 11th, 2018, Organica Water participated in the Latin American Association of Desalination and Reuse of Water (ALADYR) International Congress in Santiago de Chile. The international congress,… Read More
Organica Water developed a unique approach to wastewater treatment for urban areas. Organica facilities utilize active biofilms on natural plant roots and/or engineered bio-media, all housed in a fully-enclosed, odorless… Read More
The Organica Water Resource Reclamation Demonstration Plant won a 2nd place IMESA award in the category of Environment and Climate Change at the 2018 IMESA conference.
The IMESA Awards recognize… Read More
The Water Environment Federations Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), located in New Orleans, Louisiana from October 1-3, 2018 is the largest conference of its kind in North America and offers… Read More
Stationed in Szarvas, Hungary, Gallicoop Corporation operates the largest poultry manufacturing business in Eastern Europe. Since its 1989 establishment, the company has processed thousands of meat products annually.
During the 1990s, the Gallicoop corporation faced a rapid expansion. So much so, that the local authorities began imposing surcharges… Read More
Coming from a background of both sales and engineering, Akhil Barar holds a unique entrepreneurial perspective. Akhil understands that without the proper synergy between the backgrounds, no company can grow…. Read More
In 2014, Gençay, a small community and heritage site located in Western France, needed to find a wastewater solution that fit into the local setting. Gençay, in conjunction with the… Read More
Wastewater aeration is the process of adding air into the wastewater to allow aerobic biodegradation of the pollutant components, therefore it is integral part of biological wastewater treatment systems. Aeration accounts for up to… Read More
CHINA, July 20, 2018 – China Energy Engineering Group Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd signed a contract with the Organica Water team in China. The contract will be… Read More
Wastewater aeration is the process of adding air into the wastewater to allow aerobic biodegradation of the pollutant components, therefore it is integral part of biological wastewater treatment systems. Aeration… Read More
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