Applications

Reuse Irrigation

Reuse Irrigation

As one of the first countries to recognize water as a precious commodity, and realize the need to recycle and reuse water, Israel has invested vast resources in developing cutting-edge technology, and itself recycles almost 90% of its wastewater and sewage for irrigation.

Founded in this water aware environment, Emefcy has developed an innovative wastewater treatment solution based on the MABR technology, which complies with the Israeli regulations and high standards for water reuse. The MABR produces a high quality effluent, and is a reliable source of water, suitable for agriculture and watering parks all year around.

The reuse of effluent in irrigation can also make a significant contribution to the integrated management of water resources, replacing some of the water extracted from rivers and reducing the amount of pollutants discharged into our waterways.

Reuse of treated wastewater can be considered a reliable water supply, as it’s independent from seasonal drought and weather variability and covers peaks in water demand. This can be very beneficial to farming activities that require reliable continuity of water supply during the irrigation period, consequently reducing the risk of crop failure and income losses. Appropriate consideration of nutrients in treated wastewater could also reduce the need for additional fertilizers, resulting in savings for the environment, farmers and wastewater treatment .

Related Solutions
Related Market Segments

Discharge to River/Sea

Discharge to River/Sea

Wherever you are in the world, one way or another, almost all water returns to the sea. In order to avoid the growth of algae from excess nutrients, wastewater must be treated properly before being discharged into the sea.

Emefcy’s MABR technology removes the nitrogen from the wastewater, and when used together with other systems Emefcy’s treatment solution can remove all nutrients. Removal of nutrients, including phosphorus results in a high quality effluent that can be discharged into nature without any adverse effects on the environment.

Related Solutions
Related Market Segments

Cooling Towers

Cooling Towers

Cooling towers are used for disposing unwanted heat. The small domestic units are installed on or near buildings to discharge heat from air conditioning. Using processed water in cooling towers is cost effective and saves energy. But cooling towers are very sensitive to clogging, so the water being used must be of very high quality.

Emefcy’s MABR technology produces water of the precise quality required for use in cooling towers. Nitrogen is removed and, with the help of other systems, complete nutrient removal, including phosphorus, can be achieved.

Related Solutions
Related Market Segments

Join our Newsletter
  • Please leave this field empty.

Contact Us
  • Please leave this field empty.