Decentralized Treatment Case Studies
Explore our recent decentralized water and wastewater treatment projects from across the globe.
An Israeli solar power plant wanted to reduce fresh water use. A multistage blowdown wastewater recycling system reduced use of fresh water by 50%.
When a rural community in Israel needed to improve its wastewater treatment, Fluence provided its energy-saving MABR wastewater treatment solution.
When an area of St. Thomas needed to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant, it chose Fluence’s revolutionary MABR technology.
A small city needed a WWTP that could handle increased flow from summer visitors. A dual-train packaged plant allows the city to double its capacity.
When a wastewater treatment plant serving two Nevada towns had to be replaced, uneven terrain was an obstacle. Fluence designed a plant using custom-arranged modular tanks.
When the U.S. Navy needed wastewater treatment at Guantanamo Bay, Fluence supplied packaged treatment, as well as training for plant operators.
A resort in Costa Rica, facing water scarcity due to drought, turned to Fluence for a solution: 3 Nirobox seawater desalination units.