Veolia Water Technologies, a world leader in design, building, maintenance, and modernisation of water and wastewater treatment facilities also provides municipal and industrial customers with a full range of standardised and customised products and services.
The company recently debuted its AQUAVISTA™ platform of digital services based on two decades of expertise in intelligent software for water and wastewater facilities and backed by its unparalleled knowledge of water treatment. This new cloud-based platform allows municipalities and industrials to manage their water treatment systems in a much smarter and more efficient way over a period of time, letting them focus on their core business.
Presently, Veolia is working on making all of its technologies and equipment Aquavista-enabled, which includes most of the water and wastewater treatment offers showcased at IFAT, the world’s leading tradeshow for water, sewage, waste, and raw materials management.
“The new digital water plant creates value for customers: It strengthens confidence in water quality and optimises the performance of installations,” CEO of Veolia Water Technologies, Jean-François Nogrette, said at the Global Water Summit. “It creates more flexibility for the user. Secure information, available in real time on any terminal, renews the pact of trust with our customers.”
“AQUAVISTA™ Plant has helped us to lower the costs of our operations and helped us to have a better carbon footprint as well,” Per Holm, CEO of BlueKolding A/S, a company that covers the entire municipality of Kolding, Denmark, said. “And now it’s cloud-based and that means that our data security is on a very high level and that’s very important to us.”
Together with digital services, Veolia will showcase its extensive offer for wastewater and sludge treatment. Market-leading water treatment technologies such as the Hydrotech™ filters, Biothane® biogas-producing anaerobic processes, Evaled® evaporators for Zero Liquid Discharge, and Actiflo® high-rate ballasted clarifier will also be displayed.
The company’s expertise in sludge treatment will also be highlighted, including demonstrations of its continuous thermal hydrolysis process, Exelys®, and its low-temperature sludge drying process, Biocon®. AnoxKaldnes, a subsidiary of Veolia, will also be celebrating its 1,000 MBBR references, while sister company PMT, which specialises in compact biological wastewater treatment plants using biodiscs, will mark its 20th anniversary.