Explore our recent water, wastewater, and reuse projects from across the globe.
The desalination plant Fluence provided via a BOOT contract supplies fresh water for a resort complex with enough capacity to supply water to the rest of the island.
Fluence was able to help a major poultry processing plant in Brazil meet strict effluent limits with new aerobic treatment without halting production.
Before biogas can be used to generate electricity, H2S must be low enough. Fluence washing columns achieve this while reducing use of caustic soda by 80%.
Fluence added an external forced circulation (EFC) reactor to the plant’s existing wastewater treatment to enhance efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
When a confectionary wanted to add waste-to-energy to its wastewater treatment, Fluence provided a hybrid solution to deal with its high-COD effluent.
With a Smart Packaged Aspiral™ system from Fluence, a Chinese village has gone from no wastewater treatment to an effective, economical system.
Fluence MABR-based plant provide high effluent quality with low energy expenditure, as well as low odor and noise.
In China, a Fluence Aspiral system was chosen to provide a highway service area with decentralized, environmentally friendly wastewater treatment.
In order to comply with new effluent standards under China’s latest five-year plan, a town chose Aspiral for its wastewater treatment needs.
When a Mexican paper mill needed to update its wastewater treatment, it turned to Fluence to create a hybrid aeration system for its two oxidation lagoons.
When a large oil refinery in Mexico needed to improve its wastewater treatment, it awarded Fluence the contract to update its original treatment system.
When the quality of Laguna Niguel began to suffer at a California regional park, Fluence aeration equipment came to the rescue, restoring aesthetic and recreational value.
Fluence designed a UF-membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment plant for a large beverage bottler, allowing reuse and reducing water consumption.
A new Fluence treatment train allowed an Ecuadoran fish processing plant that was importing water to recycle its hard-to-treat effluent for reuse.
Generator upgrades at Israel Electric Company plants meant a need for more ultrapure water. Fluence containerized UPW systems met the needs in limited space.