Explore our recent water, wastewater, and reuse projects from across the globe.
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.
When a wastewater treatment plant in Panama needed improvement, solar-powered LumenAER aerators reduced odors and the mosquito population.
A power plant wanted to replace its ion exchange system with RO to provide demineralized water, but feed water quality was poor. Adding UF enabled the money-saving switch.
When an Italian biochemical plant needed sustainable solutions, Fluence designed and built three treatment trains, including a waste-to-energy step.
Wastewater Treatment Upgrade Helps Paper Manufacturer Meet Environmental Standards & Save on Operating Costs
When an Italian paper manufacture had to upgrade its wastewater treatment to meet discharge permits, Fluence designed a process with other benefits, too.
Fluence upgraded the wastewater treatment at a fish-processing plant, adding waste-to-energy to save on operating costs and meet discharge permit limits.
A resort in Costa Rica, facing water scarcity due to drought, turned to Fluence for a solution: 3 Nirobox seawater desalination units.