When confronted with water problems in whatever context, the default solution has generally been chemical treatment. In spite of relatively poor results, major secondary effects detrimental to the lifespan of installations and to the health of humans and other life forms, chemicals are generally used out of ignorance of other existing solutions.
Our approach to water issues is diametrically opposed to this paradigm!
Our understanding and mastery of biophysical processes has helped us to develop new tools, based on biotechnologies, which respect life forms (human, animal, vegetal) as well as the environment.
Biotechnologies bring us surprising techniques for improving water quality. Both analytical results and the measurements and observations of “in-the-field” professionals and end-users confirm the relevance of this approach.