We value every drop of water

With DATCOMP, you have the chance to recycle and recover as much as 80% of your industrial wastewater and to reuse it in your production units. This is a great way to save resources and reduce your environmental impact.

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Our advanced customized wastewater treatment solutions help you to recover/recycle up to 80% from your wastewater

DATCOMP supports Sustainability in water treatment by:

  1. Water Conservation: Implementing measures to reduce water consumption and optimize water use efficiency. This include adopting water-efficient technologies, promoting water-saving behaviors, and implementing water reuse and recycling systems.
  2. Resource Efficiency: Maximizing the efficient use of resources such as energy, chemicals, and materials in water treatment processes. This can be achieved through the adoption of energy-efficient technologies, optimizing chemical dosing, and implementing sustainable material choices and waste management practices.
  3. Long-Term Planning and Resilience: Developing long-term strategies and plans for water treatment that account for changing water availability, climate variability, and future water demands. This includes considering the impacts of climate change and implementing adaptive measures to ensure the resilience of water treatment systems.

From our point of view by integrating sustainability principles into water treatment practices, we can ensure the availability of clean and safe water for current and future generations while minimizing environmental impact and promoting the overall well-being of communities.

Advancing Circular Economy in Water Treatment: DATCOMP's Contribution

Water Reuse and Recycling

Implementing systems and technologies that enable the treatment and reuse of wastewater or treated water for various purposes. This can involve processes such as advanced water treatment, reclaimed water distribution, and industrial reuse, reducing the demand for freshwater resources.

Design for Durability and Modularity

Designing water treatment infrastructure and equipment with a focus on durability, longevity, and modularity. This enables easier maintenance, repair, and upgrade of components, extending the lifespan of assets and reducing the need for frequent replacements.

Collaboration and Innovation

Encouraging collaboration among stakeholders, including water utilities, researchers, technology providers, and policymakers, to foster innovation and develop new technologies and approaches that support the circular economy principles in water treatment.

Life Cycle Thinking

 Adopting a holistic approach that considers the entire life cycle of water treatment systems, from design and construction to operation and end-of-life. This involves assessing environmental impacts, optimizing resource use, and identifying opportunities for circularity at every stage of the water treatment process.

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Resource Recovery

Promoting the recovery and reuse of valuable materials from wastewater and sludge. This can include the extraction of energy, such as biogas through anaerobic digestion, or the recovery of valuable chemicals and metals, contributing to a more sustainable and resource-efficient water treatment process.

Nutrient Recovery

Extracting and recovering valuable nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, from wastewater and sludge. These nutrients can be utilized as fertilizers or in the production of renewable energy, closing the nutrient loop and reducing the need for synthetic fertilizers.

Pioneering Circular Economy in Water Treatment: Shifting Toward Sustainability and Growth

From our point of view by by embracing circular economy principles in water treatment, we can move away from the traditional linear “take-make-dispose” model and transition towards a more sustainable and resource-efficient approach. This not only reduces environmental impacts but also offers economic benefits, such as cost savings, job creation, and the development of new business opportunities in the water sector.

Championing Green-Tech Solutions in Water Treatment: DATCOMP's Commitment

Energy Efficiency

Renewable Energy Integration

Incorporating renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind, or hydroelectric power, to meet the energy demands of water treatment processes. Green-tech solutions aim to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and promote the use of clean, renewable energy sources.

Advanced Water Treatment Processes

Utilizing advanced treatment processes that reduce the use of chemicals and energy-intensive methods. This includes technologies like membrane filtration, ultraviolet disinfection, and advanced oxidation processes, which provide more efficient and sustainable water treatment alternatives.

Resource Recovery and Reuse

Implementing technologies and systems that enable the recovery and reuse of resources from wastewater and sludge. This can involve the extraction of energy, nutrients, and valuable materials through processes like anaerobic digestion, biogas generation, and nutrient recovery systems.

Water Conservation and Management

Integrating water conservation practices and technologies to minimize water loss, optimize water use efficiency, and promote responsible water management. This includes implementing smart water meters, leak detection systems, and water recycling/reuse systems to conserve and make the most efficient use of water resources.

Green Infrastructure

Incorporating green infrastructure elements, such as constructed wetlands, green roofs, or permeable pavements, to enhance natural water treatment



SAVE ENERGY and CO2 emissions

Can implementing advanced water treatment to reclaim 80% of wastewater help lower energy consumption and CO2 emissions?

Yes, implementing advanced water treatment technologies to reclaim and reuse 80% of wastewater can significantly help lower energy consumption and CO2 emissions. Here’s how:

Reduced Freshwater Usage

By reclaiming and reusing a large portion of wastewater, less freshwater needs to be extracted from natural sources, such as rivers, lakes, or groundwater. This reduces the energy-intensive processes required to treat and transport freshwater to treatment plants, thereby lowering energy consumption.

Energy-Efficient Treatment

Advanced water treatment technologies often employ energy-efficient processes, such as membrane filtration, reverse osmosis, and advanced oxidation, which can help minimize energy consumption during the treatment process.

On-Site Water Reuse

Reclaimed wastewater can be used for various non-potable applications like irrigation, industrial processes, and toilet flushing. On-site water reuse eliminates the need for additional energy-intensive water distribution, further reducing energy usage.

Reduced Disposal and Treatment

By reclaiming wastewater, the volume of wastewater requiring treatment and discharge into natural water bodies is reduced. Treating and discharging wastewater are energy-intensive processes, and by decreasing the volume of wastewater, the overall energy consumption is lowered.

Green Tech Implementation

Advanced water treatment technologies often incorporate green tech elements, such as renewable energy sources (solar, wind) to power treatment plants, energy recovery systems to reuse waste heat, and smart technologies for efficient process control. These green tech solutions contribute to reducing CO2 emissions.

Methane Emission Reduction

Wastewater treatment can produce methane, a potent greenhouse gas. Advanced treatment processes can help mitigate methane emissions by optimizing anaerobic digestion and capturing methane for energy production or preventing its release into the atmosphere.

Climate Resilience

Reclaimed water can be crucial during water scarcity periods, contributing to climate resilience by reducing dependence on freshwater sources and maintaining essential water services without additional energy-intensive measures.

Balancing Environmental Gains: Factors in Advanced Water Treatment and Reclamation

While the implementation of advanced water treatment to reclaim 80% of wastewater offers significant environmental benefits, it is essential to consider factors such as the energy intensity of the treatment processes, the source of energy used, and the overall water demand in a specific region. Properly designed and managed systems can lead to substantial reductions in energy consumption and CO2 emissions, making water reclamation an integral part of sustainable water management strategies.