Feasibility studies and innovation transfer

(Waste)water treatment in the field of microplastics raises questions for which there are (still) no (simple and quick) answers.

Feasibility studies and in-house testing with our rental model plants are therefore a useful first step to address open and future clean water challenges.

Our goals are stable, resource-efficient, and low-tech based processes with a positive impact on both people and the environment.

These answers are provided by a feasibility study or in-house tests.

In addition to the technical feasibility, other aspects of the project’s success are scrutinized. These include:

  • What goals do you want to achieve?
  • Which legal signposts must be observed?
  • Which stakeholders need to be involved?
  • Which UN Sustainable Development Goals will the project address and what contribution will it make?
  • What ESG impact will be achieved with the implementation?
  • Which resources (financial, human, and material) are required?

A feasibility study or in-house tests provide you with the necessary data and facts to make decisions: Practical and within a short time.

Results of our feasibility studies

Further information

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