In the agri-food sector, water is an essential resource for the development of its productive activity. Water consumption in this industry represents approximately 1.8% of total water use in Europe. Therefore, saving and reusing water is becoming increasingly important. Companies generate large economic savings by giving a second life to their wastewater. On the one…Details
Nitrates are inorganic chemical compounds that occur naturally in the environment. In fact, nitrogen is a vital nutrient that helps plants and crops grow by producing plant tissue and chlorophyll for photosynthesis among other functions. However, these natural cycles are affected by certain human activities (such as the use of fertilisers or manures) which lead…Details
Nowadays we live in a world where processes are increasingly interconnected through the Internet of Things (IoT). A fusion is created with the latest technological developments to achieve a perfect combination that integrates the physical with the virtual environment. In fact, Industry 4.0 is already considered the fourth industrial revolution. In this context, the Ministry…Details
On 16 August, the beaches of Murcia’s Mar Menor were (once again) littered with hundreds of dead fish on their shores. The Mar Menor lagoon is located in Murcia in southeastern Spain. It is the largest permanent saltwater lagoon in Europe, a unique natural enclave of great ecological value. Before 2015 it was characterised as…Details
The digital newspaper “El confidencial” highlights INGEOBRAS as an example of a step towards a green economy.
INGEOBRAS has been chosen as a pioneering company in the development of water treatment technologies that stands out for its fully sustainable business model. It is exactly this point on which the latest article by “El Confidencial” (entitled “From fossils to renewables: four cases of how Spain is turning towards a green economy”) focuses on.…Details
In many cases, when we speak of “bacteria”, it is directly related to “pathogen” followed by “disease”. However, nothing could be further from the truth.Most bacteria are beneficial and only 1% of all bacteria cause disease. There are bacteria with probiotic activity that provide multiple health benefits when consumed. These bacteria are found naturally in…Details
INGEOBRAS creates an innovative wastewater treatment technology suitable for SMEs in the agri-food industry.
The food and drink industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the EU in terms of employment and value added. It employs over 4.72 million workers in more than 294,000 enterprises. The agri-food industry is a growth industry, as EU food and drink exports have doubled in the last 10 years to over 90,000 million…Details
INGEOBRAS and FILTRALITE (SAINT – GOBAIN), two pioneering companies in the search for innovative solutions for the treatment of wastewater and drinking water, have launched a new line of business based on the creation of biological water treatment plants integrated in a container. This type of solution is ideal for the end user as it…Details
The pilot plant of the INNOWWIDE project in Uruguay will continue to operate for an additional three months.
Last 25th April ended the PUREWAY project led by INGEOBRAS within the INNOWWIDE initiative. Due to its commitment to make its technologies known in international markets, INGEOBRAS saw in INNOWWIDE the perfect opportunity to establish the first links with Uruguay, a country with a growing problem in the region: the presence of Nitrates and Arsenic…Details
Conclusion of the event 05/06 – May – 2021: INGEOBRAS & FILTRALITE: The NEED for Sustainable Clean Water
The event “INGEOBRAS & FILTRALITE: The NEED for sustainable clean water” took place last 05th and 06th May. Its main objective was to showcase innovative technologies for sustainable water treatment. This event was organised in two phases: 05 – May – 2021 : Online Conference 06 – May – 2021 : Open Day at the…Details