PHYTOREM® designs and builds custom eco-wastewater treatment plants for the private, public and industrial sectors. PHYTOREM®’s solution is established in France in various regions such as Bordelais, Roussillon, Provence-Alpes-Côtes-d’Azur, etc. It can be implemented in all climates and at all latitudes regardless of the wastewater volume to treat.
PHYTOREM® designs and builds custom eco-wastewater treatment plants for the private, public and industrial sectors. We have designed and marketed since 2002 a system that both treats biologically contaminants in water and soil thanks to its patented technology “Bambou-Assainissement®” and recovers polluting elements in plant biomass without producing sewage sludge and that blends seamlessly with the landscape. This solution applies to the treatment of organic pollution resulting from domestic wastewater or storm water, food industry effluents, breeding centre effluents and contaminated soils. It is aimed at eco-industries, green buildings, semi-collective infrastructures (villages, campsites, etc.) or any collective infrastructure producing biodegradable effluents. Its clients are industrial groups such as Nestlé Waters, Refresco France (Délifruits), Pocheco (printing office), vineyards (Rousseau, Champagnes Larmandier-Bernier, Château Sulauze, etc.), municipalities, etc.
Cooperation between the Ministry of the Environment of Finland and St Peterburg Water Utility Vodokanal was iniated at the beginning of the 1990s. The aim of the joint activities has been to promote full implementation in St Peterburg of the recommendations on municipal wastewater treatment, adopted by the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM).
Case study on the West Morava (Serbia, Kosovo), improving the quality a water body in a transboundary context
The consortium, lead by Safege and comprising Seureca (subsidiary of the Veolia company), Eptisa, Safege Serbia and Beoinzenjering 2000, has the objective to speed up the investments needed for the construction of sanitation infrastructures.
The achievement of this objective is planned through the following means:
- the definition of a functional and technical framework in order to facilitate Serbia and Kosovo’s access to European funds of the IPA (Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance)
- the definition of two investment programmes (one for Serbia, the other for Kosovo), with implementation intended at the achievement of IWRM within the transboundary basin by 2035
For this project, the specific purpose was to improve the sanitation situation of Hin Heup town and provide a model pilot project for other Lao towns to learn from. This was done by installing a simplified sewer system, leading to a small-scale wastewater treatment plant (WTP), for 60 households of the town, while 300 more households will soon begin to receive local desludging service.