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ósmosis inversa-Since 2009, Aigües del Prat has produced over 90% of the drinking water in the municipality of El Prat without interruption by means of two reverse osmosis DWTPs

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Since 2009, Aigües del Prat has produced over 90% of the drinking water in the municipality of El Prat without interruption by means of...

compostaje

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Current waste management systems seek increasingly automated processes. To complement automated loading and unloading systems inside tunnels, Zitrón Manutención offers an automatic system for...

reciclaje-An international commitment to recycling regulations

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Following the recent introduction of waste electrical and electronic equipment regulations and disposal legislation across Latin America, demand for effective recycling solutions has increased...

trituración-Global shredding paper solutions

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Lindner-Recyclingtech (L-RT), an Austrian company specialising in shredding solutions, has been developing, manufacturing and selling shredders for 65 years. This experience enables L-RT to...

envases-packaging

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Limasa is a mixed enterprise responsible for public cleaning, collection, transport, treatment and removal of MSW in the city of Malaga. The company has...

Conversion of municipal solid waste to biofuels

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According to UN forecasts, the coming years will see a significant increase in the world population, to 8,000 million by 2025 and 9,300 million...

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Waste water treatment is one of the major municipal energy consumers. Consequently, and ultimately also because of the rising energy costs charged by grid...

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The growth of the public-private partnership (PPP) model since the beginning of the last decade of the 20th century is largely due to the...

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The past five years has seen a 57% increase in the capacity of desalination plants on-line according to the latest data published by the...

ultrafiltración-ultrafiltration

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Drinking water treatment plants (DWTPs) will have to face significant challenges in the following decades: be able to supply an increasing water demand, be...