1. Ammonia capture system from the sewage of the cooling system in a fertilizer factory
    and closing the water cycle. 
  2. Modernization of wastewater treatment in electroplating plants, which allows to reduce sewage to 5% and the cycle closing program to recover components of galvanic baths catching chromium and other metals being components of the bath.
  3. Detecting iron and manganese from water, including complexes, as well as ions of other heavy metals including mercury, thallium, barium, lead, etc.
  4. We have developed a technology for capturing biogenic compounds after a municipal wastewater treatment plant, allowing the process to be carried out without having to store and aerate wastewater, which simplifies the polishing process, lowers costs and at the same time allows us to meet stringent standards or use gray water.
    • small biological purifiers up to 50 rlm (number of inhabitants per inhabitant) 
  5. Purification of geothermal waters and brines from the Ba bar, strontium Sr and radioactive radium Ra.
  6. Natural slurry management program - waste produced in large-scale farming and post-fermentation substrate from biogas plant.
  7. System for the capture of formaldehyde and methanol from wastewater coming from plastic factories.
  8. System for catching ammonia from process condensates from sugar factories.
  9. The sewage treatment system after ammunition utilization, capturing of mercury and lead.
  10. Systems for the purification of process waters after TNT production.
  11. System for catching and managing sewage laden with sulphates
  12. Technology of recovery of phosphogypsum lanthanides.
  13. Generally mine water
  14. Treatment of wastewater (return fluid) arising after hydraulic fracturing
  15. Development of technology for catching phenols from lakes and rivers.


In the assumptions of our projects, the fundamental principle is closing circulations or reducing the amount of sewage in water treatment and purification processes. Such an idea is now in line with the water management policy. Many countries have introduced restrictions on water use, which today affects mainly the industry, but increasingly affects the civilian population. There are many ways to motivate water saving and we act in accordance with these principles. All our purification, purification and treatment systems are in the form of mobile containers, which saves time in a bureaucratic sense (permission).


  • trouble-free operation and simple operation - full automation,
  • Durability of deposits,
  • Small dimensions of the station - reduction of costs for infrastructure,
  • Long work cycles,
  • Trace amount of sewage.
  • Short delivery time,
  • Selective trapping of pollutants.