|Municipal Water Treatment • Industrial Water Treatment|
SUEZ is a global integrated group focused on the management of water and waste resources. On five continents, SUEZ supports municipalities and industries in the circular economy to maintain, optimize and secure the resources essential for our future.
As a full treatment line specialist, SUEZ draws upon a broad portfolio of proven technologies to assist industries and municipalities in meeting their water and wastewater treatment challenges. We provide integrated equipment solutions and services for a wide range of applications:
SUEZ also offers global expertise in the design, build, operation and maintenance of water treatment plants and systems, all delivered to your specific demands.
SUEZ's degremont® water handbook offers to water treatment professionals, fundamental concepts of water treatment processes and technologies as well as degremont® solutions applied to treatment line and adapted to each use of water. Designed by field men for field men, this valuable tool is essential for site managers, environmental managers, quality managers, maintenance managers, stakeholders in sustainable development, water agencies, documentation centers in universities, consultants, local authority technical departments, water management companies, etc. Learn more.
SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions
4636 Somerton Road
Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: 804 756 7600
Contact: Sales Department
The FiltraFast extreme-rate compressible media filter recently developed by SUEZ achieves up to 10 times the hydraulic loading rate compared to conventional filters. FiltraFast is customizable to meet specific requirements of applications including industrial process water and wastewater, municipal tertiary wastewater, and water reuse. In this video, you will learn how FiltraFast works and about the benefits it offers.
InSight, an Asset Performance Management solution for water professionals, combines advanced data and analytics with industry expertise. Learn more about its range of features for data collection, reporting and analysis.
The newest family in the SUEZ ozone range, the ozonia® M includes all the latest developments from the ozonia® innovation labs. Ozonia® IGS+ dielectric technology provides even lower energy consumption and increased ozone production capacity up to 25 kg/h resulting in a lower cost per kg of ozone. The new ozonia® smartO3™ automation platform adds a suite of advanced features designed to optimize system performance and reduce operation costs. Finally, an innovative design provides improved resistance to environmental conditions in a more compact footprint.
Containerized boiler feedwater systems by SUEZ are custom designed to meet different requirements for each individual project. These containerized systems eliminate concerns clients have such as limited space, harsh climate conditions or tight construction schedules. In this video, SUEZ experts discuss the advantages and benefits of containerized systems and how they bring efficiency to the boiler demineralization treatment process.
Northern California Power Agency (NCPA) selected SUEZ as a single-source provider to design and supply an integrated water treatment solution consisting of four water treatment systems for its new 300 MW combined cycle natural gas power plant in Lodi, California.
The Meteor® IFAS/MBBR technology offers flexible solutions to a multitude of biological process upgrade applications such as nitrogen removal, treatment capacity increase and wastewater reuse.
Heliantis™ transforms any type of dewatered sludge (15% minimum dry content) into a dry, granulated product with a dry-solids content that can be adjusted within a range of 35% to 85%. Using the sun as the main energy source, the sludge is dried in a greenhouse and a scarifying machine turns over and breaks up the sludge into carbon-neutral and odorless granules, for eventual agricultural reuse or thermal energy production using co-incineration.
SUEZ has developed a new corrosion and scale control chemistry for cooling water. E.C.O.Film, which stands for Engineered Carboxylate Oxide, relies on SUEZ’s proprietary engineered film technology to eliminate the need for phosphorus, and other anti-corrosion solutions that employ EPA priority pollutant metals.
The business of water and wastewater is critical, but expertise in this area is finite — thus the trend towards outsourcing water operations, particularly in the industrial market. Whether it's securing and optimizing water use, running treatment equipment, sustainably releasing or reusing the water, capturing energy from it, or all of the above, it's often a wise business move to turn to experts. In this Water Talk interview, Miles Sherman, Regional Vice President of Services with Suez Water Technologies and Solutions, discusses the capabilities and benefits offered through this type of outsourcing, the various service models that exist, and the drivers that will continue to broaden the trend.
Municipal wastewater operations require significant energy to operate, but the biogas produced solely through anerobic digestion of sludge isn’t typically enough to offset the electricity and heat load demand at plants. Advanced anaerobic digestion technology, however, can change the equation so wastewater treatment plants can get closer to energy neutrality and in some cases even generate an excess.
Potable reuse offers a massive opportunity to recover water from the wastewater process, but projects face a variety of barriers to getting off the ground. Most successful early adopters engaged early with their constituents and implemented smaller-scale demonstration projects that were accessible to the public to prove the technology and process.
The membrane bioreactor industry has matured past the point of being an experiment or a niche technology. Advancements, as well as more recent adoptions by high-profile users, are providing wastewater treatment plant operators with more incentive and a better business case to retrofit their systems.
A growing number of wastewater treatment plant leaders are banking on newer technology to tap into previously unclaimed resources at their sites while addressing pressing needs such as increasing capacity and meeting more stringent treatment requirements. By looking at the process through a different lens and raising the bar when it comes to overall objectives, it is possible to shift facilities from being a cost center toward a revenue generator.
If you don’t need the performance of an ultrafiltration membrane but also want to avoid the large footprint of a conventional media filter, you might want to consider FiltraFast extreme rate compressible media filters. As Ryan Hess, Director of Advanced Separation with SUEZ Water Technologies suggests in this Water Talk interview, “They provide roughly ten times the hydraulic loading rate of conventional media filters.”
One of the more eye-catching events in the water and wastewater industry in 2017 was the acquisition of the GE Water business by SUEZ. Water Talk caught up to Heiner Markhoff, the new CEO of SUEZ Water Technologies and Solutions, to discuss the merger.
Utilities and industries need reliable and cost-effective treatment methods to protect critical water resources. Water professionals want proven technology to remove contaminants from drinking water, wastewater, and process water. These technologies must also be able to operate under a variety of flows and conditions.