We called our invention EMER (Enhanced Magnetic Heterogeneous Reactor), a machine that develops a catalytic oxidation process.
he use of a catalyst allows to reduce the duration of the chemical oxidative reactions that degrade pollutants and consequently, for the same amount of treated water, it is possible to reduce the size of the systems, compared to traditional ones.
On March 6th, 2020, our Company was granted Patent No. 102017000149010 “Catalyst made from battery waste material” and we are currently in the process of filing for two more patents.
Possibility of eliminating biological treatment and, where necessary, reducing its size by up to 70%.
Strengthening of existing plants, avoiding expansion and reducing treatment costs.
Possibility of reaching discharge limits, reducing up to 80% of the size compared to the installation of a biological plant. Strengthening of existing plants and avoiding expansion.
Possibility to reach the discharge limits, reducing up to 85% of the size compared to the installation of a biological plant. Strengthening of existing plants and avoiding expansion.
Possibility of reaching discharge limits with compact, modular plants, a reduced treatment chain and consequent reduction of CAPEX and OPEX.
Enhancement of the efficiency of chemical-physical treatment with a consequent reduction, in the number and size of the downstream treatment stages. Reduction of up to 50% of biological treatment stages. Substantial reduction in treatment costs.
The effectiveness of our process in the treatment of surfactants and oily substances makes our plants particularly effective in the purification of wastewater produced by the cosmetics and detergents industry in general.