Evolution Meets Innovation
Municipalities around the world have a common rallying cry; how can I do more with less? Increasing populations stress hydraulic capacities of existing wastewater treatment plants with no room to expand. Regulators are looking to lower discharge limits, challenging existing plant capabilities. Fibracast understands these challenges and the reason why a new membrane design and operating approach was needed;
FibrePlate™, Making Possible from
- Ability to meet current and future discharge regulations
- Wastewater for direct and indirect reuse
- Increasing plant capacity within an existing footprint
- Reducing operating costs within constrained budgets
- Operate with or without backpulse simplifying operations (add others …)
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING
We had two engineering firms, a government agency and the City all do individual assessments of five different membrane suppliers looking at CAPEX, OPEX and operational benefits. Fibracast was the unanimous decision. We believe in the company and their technology.
Cloacina initially chose to utilize Fibracast membranes because of the disruptive advances they made in an otherwise complacent segment of the wastewater industry. We continue to use their product because it delivers what they initially promised.
Fibracast was selected to replace our original membranes due to significant footprint and energy savings plus their unique operational robustness. Based on almost 2 years of proven performance, we are doing a second project with Fibracast.
Please pass my congratulations to the team. Really you process 3 times the flow in half the footprint. Not hard to figure out you guys are on to something remarkable.
The Sterling Natural Resource Center is an opportunity to embrace the advancements of wastewater treatment, together with Fibracast and the project team we are making a commitment to the next generation of membrane technology.
East Valley has set out to construct a state-of-the art facility, true to this effort we have committed to using the membranes of the future.