Nature ensured infinite renewal of water for billions of years.
But Nature has been overloaded to the point that too often water cannot be used to produce water for drinking or irrigation.
This creates what we call “water shortages” – but there is no shortage of water. Water quality is just so bad it cannot be processed and used.
The Global Water Crisis is not a quantity problem but a quality one.
This insight guided our R&D focus and investment in the development of the Biotechnology Solution Platform, which is the only viable route to the Renewable Water paradigm.
INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) strategy is not fit for purpose if it is not a pathway to Renewable Water.
Renewable Water cannot be achieved through concrete and steel infrastructure alone.
SIS.bio enables effective IWRM strategy development by aligning and integrating conventional engineering and existing infrastructure components with Biotechnology Solutions to deliver IWRM for Renewable Water.
Renewable Water has transformative impacts on infrastructure development requirements, water use rights, agricultural, commercial and industrial development, job creation and much more.
SOLUTIONS FOR RENEWABLE WATER
Our solutions simplify the complex trade-offs between:
- Better standards for treated wastewater discharges
- Maximizing the performance and lifespan of existing wastewater treatment infrastructure
- Delivering optimum value in terms of Capex and Opex costs for stakeholders
We deliver unprecedented results in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, livestock farming and food processing, and intensive aquaculture operations.
BULK WATER SOLUTIONS
Lakes, dams, and reservoirs are deteriorating globally due to eutrophication.
SIS.bio’s Eutrophy Solution addresses all the symptoms of eutrophication including:
- Stratification & Reoxygenation
- Excess Nutrients (N & P)
- Aquatic Weeds
- Excessive Metals
- Taste & Odor
- Algae & CyanoHABs
- Coliforms & Pathogens
- Accumulated Muck & Sediment
- Treatment Chemical Savings & TTHM reduction
As a recognized industry innovator and leader, our advisory and consulting services provide valuable assistance to government organizations, academics, consultants, utilities, and other groups seeking to incorporate Renewable Water into water resource policy and strategy.
A water resource policy framework and management strategy based on Renewable Water enables the alignment of water policy to food security, land use, agricultural policy, and economic development.