Buyers of bio-fertilizers, renewable energy, treated water, sand, polymers and/or other wastewater by-or recovered products
Compliance, norms & impact investments
Everybody is concerned with wastewater! Producers, collectors and processors of wastewater
Products in effluents that enrich water, add value and enable an efficient circular economy
Sellers of wastewater by-or recovered products, biorefineries, clean technologies
Consumers wanting goods and/or services at competitive prices that embed inputs from transformed wastewater to fight pollution, to increase sanitation & to reduce interconnected risks
WasteWater is constantly renewed. After analysis for endemic monitoring, wastewater transformation is vital for environmental and economic management.
Based on its long and successful experience in reversing the supply flows to better plan and govern, the WasteWater Exchange is advocating for wastewater to be treated as raw material driving sustainable growth and security rather than just a costly consequence of our consumption.
Discover the value of wastewater and how you can benefit from this valuable resource:
Value of wastewater without virus detection
Each person and company generates wastewater and can benefit from the Circular Economy Value Chain. A bio-refinery uses wastewater raw materials for the sustainable generation or recovery of products while reducing net waste products.
The value of wastewater can be higher than the value of clean water!
Transforming wastewater e.g. into renewable energy, bio-fertilisers, clean water or bio-cements dramatically reduces the production costs and risks.
(source of picture: www.waterindustryjournal.co.uk)
Value of wastewater with virus detection prior to up-cycling
The value of wastewater is higher when it has been analysed prior its transformation. Viruses (dead or alive), over pollution, bacteria (e.g. cholera), antibiotics and/or other contaminants can indeed be detected for early warnings of potential pandemics and/or other negative and costly consequences. We act to scale-up decentralised wastewater transformation sites to narrow the geographic area where individuals are shedding viruses or other contagious bacteria.
We push for decentralised wastewater transformation to reduce the negative impacts of wastewater mixology.