Organica Water partners with consulting engineers, GC/EPC contractors, real estate developers and sales agents worldwide to promote and distribute its biological wastewater treatment solutions. These partnerships offer a win-win proposition, as Organica gains increased distribution for its product-line and partners see sales and profits growing thanks to the unique benefits of Organica-powered WWTPs to their customer base.
Organica provides personalized training on the Organica FCR solution for all new partners. In addition, the company offers various marketing materials including presentations, videos, photos, and brochures. When a new project opportunity is presented to Organica we provide all tools necessary to evaluate the project and answer the client’s requests. In some cases, we even provide a basic WWTP design prior to final contracting.
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About Organica Water
Since its founding in 1998 Organica has worked to bring its sustainable wastewater treatment solution to cities and communities around the world. Today, with more than 80 references in ten countries and four continents, Organica is recognized as the world leader in providing localized solution for the treatment and reuse of wastewater. While the Company offers a highly efficient biological process, its signature focus is on addressing the total cost of treatment by developing localized solutions that integrate into any population center. To achieve this goal they feature unprecedented integration of all engineering disciplines – process, mechanical, civil, electrical, controls, and architecture – to minimize capital costs, maximize operating efficiency, and create iconic structures. Each Organica plant has the appearance of a botanical garden bringing the natural world into towns and cities, creating new spaces and enhancing quality of life for residents thus changing the relationship of communities to the environment, waste and resources.
Organica is backed by leading European, Chinese and US private equity investors, along with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private-equity arm of the World Bank Group.