Faq’s

THE BIOMATERIAL

The ORGASORB inside ™ carpet is a biomaterial or biofilter made with a non-woven linen textile with bioactivated tree bark embedded in a homogeneous way.

The ORGASORB inside™ carpet is a scrubbing or filtering biomaterial for ionic and chemical particles thanks to its two properties to fulfill its function: ADSORTION.

1) It is a powerful ionic exchanger (cationic H +) and chelator (from the Greek word chele which means “claw”.).

Simply put, when ions are bioavailable in pretreated water, we filter it by simple percolation or column in a cartridge or an ORGASORB inside ™ filter module. And again, attracted by organic biofilter bigger molecules, they are trapped into an inert and irreversible way.

We invite you to know more about its high efficiency applications into water treatment solution with the ORGASORB water™ Engineering solutions.

ORGASORB inside™ capture – in an inert and irreversible way – these pollutants dissolved in water with high efficiency:

1) Heavy metals: Mercury, Cadmium, Chrome, Copper, Nickel, Lead, Selenium, Zinc, Aluminum, Tin, Iron, Manganese.


2) Precious metals: Gold, Platinum and Silver.

3) the metalloids: like Arsenic.

4) Pesticide such as glyphosate.

We invite you to know more about its high efficiency applications into water treatment solution with the ORGASORB water™ Engineering solutions.

The name heavy metals is a common name that has no scientific basis or legal application.

Heavy metals are present in all compartments of the environment, but generally in very small quantities. It is said that metals are present “in traces”.

They are also “the trace” of the geological past and the activity of man.

Periodic Table of Elements

(the gray background indicates elements of density greater than 5 g / cm3;
the circle indicates the elements cited as toxic to man and the environment in several documents)

The toxicity of heavy metals has led the Authorities to regulate emissions by establishing limiting levels according to the environments considered: atmospheric emissions, discharges to the body of water, rules on the application of sludge or landfill.

However, there is a constant. Of the heavy metals, three are distinguished mainly: mercury, lead and cadmium.

Why distinguish these three metals?

There is, on the one hand, a historical reason. The first biochemists distinguished these three metals due to their affinity with sulfur, which allowed to identify proteins that “precipitate strongly” or easily give salts (mercury salts, lead salts, etc.). In his classification table of chemical elements, made of the atomic mass and the number of electrons of the elements, the Russian chemist Mendeleyev, in 1869, makes the distinction.

On the other hand, the three metals also have some common physicochemical characteristics:

They do not destroy themselves. They move, they change their chemical form, but they do not destroy themselves. The Human body cannot assimilate them.

– They have a high electrical conductivity, which explains their use in many industries.

– But, above all, they have some toxicity to humans, including more or less serious neurological lesions. While all others have utility in the biological process in a small quantity (some metals – the ”oligoelements” – are even essential for life (iron, sodium, potassium…).

In conclusion, the three metals, mercury, cadmium, and lead are recognized as the most toxic elements.

The life of the ORGASORB inside ™ depends on two factors:

1) the level of concentration of pollutants per cubic meter of water or effluent to be treated;

2) its adsorption capacity determined by its degree of bioactivation.

In summary, the adsorption capacity (its useful life) of one cubic meter of ORGASORB inside ™ depends on the level of concentration of the contaminants in the raw water to be treated.

To optimize the levels of treatment costs, we propose 6 types of ORGASORB inside ™.

We invite you to know more about its high efficiency applications into water treatment solution with the ORGASORB water™ Engineering solutions.
 

Once the adsorbent material is saturated – end of its useful life – the End User sends or exchange the waste ORGASORB™ filter cartridge to its authorized distributor who has the exclusivity with the Cartridge Manufacturer of the guarantee of compliance with our final disposal protocol. Its elimination is always carried out in the Country of use.

We invite you to know the modalities here or go to ORGASORB water™.

In case of non-compliance of the final Client, its negligence can be reported by the distributors or our company to the competent environmental authorities.

We take care of compliance as a commitment to quality and respect for Life,  Biodiversity & the Environment.

ANALYSIS & CONTROL

WATER REUSE

Commercial policy

We remember that we do not have the ambition to be omnipotent but an industrial partner applying our and your engineering where they are best useful.

In return, we cannot expect markets – organized into various applications and sectors – to go out alone.

Thus, we do not contemplate giving exclusivity to our agents or distributors over a territory but we respect their role and our partner conferring an exclusivity when they declare us to work with such and such a company.

After a period of prospecting and presentation of the parts, we can initiate a pre-sale phase that allows the client to show the efficiency and usefulness of the ORGASORB inside ™ biomaterial or the ORGASORB water ™ solution.

 1. The customer purchases a water / effluent analysis service with an ORGASORB inside ™ accredited laboratory.
2. Take a compliant sampling – between 5L and 20L – see here;
3. In view of the characterized results, we can determine the costs of the ORGASORB inside ™ consumable.
4. Depending on the degree of difficulty of the client process, we present an offer of engineering services to serve the client in an integral way.
5. At the time of bidding, the client can evaluate the opportunity to transfer their investment to the concessionaire mode, by which we will operate the water line guaranteeing the quality of the water produced.

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