The integrated water management technology was developed to respond to climate changes. By managing water use, water circulation, and water resources in the integration of river basins each of which was managed separately, it is possible to save energy and resources and contribute to changing to low carbon system. The realization of the technology is a path to Green New Deal.
Rapid urbanization and industrialization impedes water circulation. This Low Impact Development Technology for the revival of water circulation ecosystem is aimed at making underground water recharge in urban areas, removing non-contact pollutants of initial rainwater in urban areas, reducing heat islands effect in cities, and improving urban images and landscape.View in detail
As the first green certification technology for wetlands, it is excellent at removing phosphorous through porous ceramic carriers, supports motorless unmanned operation, and responds to load regulation flexibly. Since its T-P and SS treatment efficiency is over 80%, its wetlands are compact, compared to surface flow wetlands.View in detail
Compared to a conventional small-sized sewage treatment facility, it requires low energy based on nature circulation sewage treatment, and reaches 10% energy consumption. So, it is a low-carbon sewage treatment technology.View in detail