Explore our recent water, wastewater, and reuse projects from across the globe.
Fluence supplied a fully redundant SWRO plant to ensure against supply interruptions.
Fluence addressed an increasingly severe water shortage in the city of Limassol in Cyprus by building a containerized brackish water reverse osmosis desalination plant.
Waste-to-energy can turn waste into an asset. Fluence added anaerobic digestion to the WWTP at an Italian cheese factory, creating energy for plant.
When one of Italy’s top chicken producers needed to increase production while lowering costs, it turned to Fluence for a waste-to-energy upgrade to its existing WWTP.
A Fluence waste-to-energy solution helped a candied fruit maker double production, reduce costs, increase wastewater treatment capacity, and generate power for operations.
An Israeli solar power plant wanted to reduce fresh water use. A multistage blowdown wastewater recycling system reduced use of fresh water by 50%.
Ultrafiltration and seawater reverse osmosis desalination for the production of demineralized water at a power plant.
Adding Fluence Tornado surface aerators to wastewater reservoirs can reliably and efficiently increase oxygen levels as needed.
A bioscience company wanted to improve its natural flavonoid pigment extraction. Specialty resin filters improved production and lowered operating costs.
An Italian organic foods company needed a method to separate concentrated apple juice. Fluence used 4SMB chromatography for less salt pollution and lower OPEX.
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.