Municipal wastewater treatment has traditionally taken place as far away from the populace as possible. But as people flock to cities and encroach ever closer on these facilities, the practice of extending ever further out becomes impractical and expensive. And as water becomes scarcer, cities the world over are looking at recycling wastewater from their citizenry closer to home.
Water Talk recently sat down with Attila Bodnar, Executive Vice President and Cofounder of Organica Water, to learn about his Company’s unique approach to wastewater treatment, building small footprint solutions as botanical gardens for neighborhoods to enjoy. To learn more, listen here: