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Jet-Loop System

Wed, Nov 3, 2010

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VALORSABIO is now licensing the JET-LOOP SYSTEM worldwide.
The awarded 2006-2007 solution is able to reduce CAPEX costs by 40-60% and OPEX costs by more than 70%, compared with conventional secondary wastewater treatment plants.
The JET-LOOP SYSTEM fundamental advantages are the low excess sludge and the efficient aeration process, based on several industrial secrets and specific management and operation strategies.
VALORSABIO proven experience with many designed installations and unique know-how fully demonstrated and tested are the very best guarantees for our clients.

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