Clean water & Renewable Energy from industrial wastewater
Billions of tons of wastewater are generated as a byproduct across different industrial and residential use and if left untreated, contributes to global water scarcity.
Global water demand will exceed supply by 40% by 2030. Almost every industry uses water and as a result, an enormous amount of wastewater is produced as a byproduct. If left untreated, billions of tons of water go to waste. In certain industries, this wastewater can be extremely toxic to the environment and in some cases is four times more concentrated than sewage.
waste-to-energy & water reuse portfolio
Generating renewable natural gas from dairy and industrial food wastewater and reusing wastewater recycles otherwise wasted water.
Wastewater from industrial food byproducts can be used to produce steam, electricity, or hot water which is then redistributed into the grid or to the heating network for homes, hospitals, offices, etc. Wastewater at facilities can also be treated and reused for industrial cooling and chilling as well as irrigation.
Proven concept & Diversified Portfolio
Operational assets have already proven a history of stable financial performance and impact.
Existing investments into wastewater assets have already shown positive performance with many more years left to realize even more financial benefits. The diversified, proven technologies of the wastewater portfolio de-risk the reliance on one revenue source and provide more stable returns.
Global water and wastewater treatment equipment market value estimated in 2018, according to Grand View Research
Wastewater Treatment Growth
Cumulative annual growth rate (CAGR) forecast from 2018 to 2025, according to Grand View Research
Existing operational assets using proven technologies.
Enormous market as water scarcity continues to grow
Long-term supply and offtake agreements
Multiple technologies in portfolio spreads risk
Accredited partnerships and industry reputation
Sewage & water utility rates make treatment technologies competitive
Increase in sustainable water treatment technologies across industries, resulting in more gallons of reusable water
Increase in water to energy applications, leading to more renewable energy production and decreasing per capita carbon footprint of cities
More efficient waste management, reducing hazardous wastes released into the environment and improving more acres of land