Organica Water is a global provider of innovative solutions for the treatment and recycling of wastewater. Over the past two decades Organica has developed a truly unique approach, enabling customers all over the world to address urban water challenges in a cost and resource efficient manner. Organica’s solutions are all founded on the fundamental belief that nature provides the most efficient means to treat wastewater, offering significant cost savings compared to other solutions, and harmonious integration into modern urban lifestyles.
Established in 1998, Organica began as a traditional wastewater design-build company focused exclusively on the Hungarian market. During the first nine years of its life the company built over 75 municipal, commercial, and industrial wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), using a variety of different technologies, for clients ranging from large municipalities to multinational companies such as GM, Audi, Alcoa, Shell, Suzuki and GE. At the same time, Organica invested significantly into R&D with a goal of developing its own IFAS-type (Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge) solution for biological wastewater treatment. In 2007 Organica sold its design-build business to focus exclusively on the commercialization of its own biological wastewater treatment solution on a global basis.
Today, Organica is an international company operating on three different continents, and the world leader in Fixed-Bed Biofilm Activated Sludge (FBAS) technology, with dozens of operating references in France, Hungary, and China. Organica’s dedicated team focuses on providing customers with sales support, WWTP design, and technology specific products, all of which enable them to build Organica-powered WWTPs for a variety of applications. Organica’s staff integrates a wide range of expertise and disciplines, with microbiologists, engineers, architects, economists, and sales professionals, all working towards the common goal of treating wastewater in less physical space and using less energy, resulting in significantly lower capital and operating costs compared to traditional approaches.
Since its international rollout, Organica has seen a continuously growing interest in this type of wastewater solution all over the world. From countries looking to meet their growing urbanization challenges, to fully developed markets with infrastructure upgrading needs, the advantages of small, efficient, and attractive wastewater treatment plants are a serious demand driver for a huge range of applications.
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