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Decentralized Wastewater Management – The future is now

We need a radically different approach to manage our wastewater in rural areas across North America. Decentralized wastewater treatment systems provide a more sustainable and cost-effective method of managing water resources.

 There are a few main reasons why a decentralized treatment strategy is advantageous over traditional centralized systems:

At present most of the sewage treatment technologies are complex, require high capital investment and many of them do not meet the present and future discharge standards. Biological processes operating in many conventional sewage treatment operations release carbon dioxide and methane which are greenhouse gases, thus increasing their carbon footprint.

Wastewater treatment systems should be Eco-friendly and play an important role in the sustainable development of municipalities.

In contrast to existing treatment alternatives we provide the R2S System, a unique and innovative treatment method that’s highly cost-effective in terms of total life-cycle costs.
The system has the following advantages:

The system is flexible in design, readily scalable to meet future requirements, and has the smallest footprint and electrical power consumption. The system is completely automated which makes it simpler to operate and maintain. The technology uses two proprietary additives to carry out the required reactions. When used in accordance with design, the additives are a blend of non-toxic, biodegradable, non-hazardous and soil-friendly additives.

The R2S technology is not merely a treatment alternative, it plays a pivoting role in the sustainable development of a community. It is the future in decentralized wastewater management and it is available NOW.

If you would like to learn more about this unique technology please call or email us.

The R2S System is a product of EcoLibra™.
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