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Jet-Loop System

Wednesday, November 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 [...]

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