IRRI ALT’EAU seeks to investigate the long term effects of using drip irrigation with reclaimed water from a WWTP (municipal) in vineyards. The final stage of the project is to implement the system in existing vineyards.
A project where a large amount of reclaimed water from a sugar refinery is used for irrigation of arable land. The reclaimed water is stored is a basin and transported via a large network of pipelines to the irrigation systems.
Reclaimed water coming from the WWTP of Hisarya is used to irrigate permanent crops and arable land. A large water storage basin is the starting point from where irrigation canals transport the reclaimed water to the fields.
Rur’Eaux searches to reclaim water from low capacity WWTPs that are typically used in rural areas. The reclaimed water will be used for the irrigation of fodder crops and vegetables at a research facility.
The Délfin Water Reclamation facility disinfects effluent from a nearby WWTP. The main goal of the project is to store the reclaimed water produced in wintertime so that it can be used during the dry summer periods.
The project disinfects the effluent of a WWTP to irrigate horticultural crops, along with citrus trees, fruit trees… One of the disinfection techniques that is being investigated is solar UV disinfection. On a yearly basis, the fully implemented system reclaims 13.5 hm³ of water.
Effluent from a WWTP is reclaimed using lagooning techniques and chlorination. The reclaimed water has been used for over 20 years to irrigate all kinds of crops in the region, from potatoes to olive trees.