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EOS for Wastewater

Energy Optimisation Solution for Wastewater

Better energy management, lower operating costs

PRC, PRI
  • Features

    Energy costs can account for 30% of wastewater treatment operating costs. Energy consumption optimization is, hence, the biggest opportunity to reduce wastewater treatment operating costs while maintaining water quality and complying with stringent environmental regulations.
    Energy Optimization System is an EMIS that enables wastewater treatment plant managers and operators to manage their energy and make decisions to improve energy efficiency, productivity and business sustainability while maintaining the water quality. They can tap into dormant energy saving potential, optimize their energy use and sourcing, cut energy related operating costs and manage their carbon emissions.
    The key differentiating factors for this solution are the following:
    • It is tailor-made for wastewater treatment plants: based on key performance indicators developed with wastewater treatment experts
    • It provides fully customizable and effective decision-making web-enabled dashboards
    • It is ready-to-go with existing wastewater treatment plants and other enterprise information systems and portals (process control, etc.)
    • It is designed for new and existing sites (optimization of the existing installed base)
    • It is modular and scalable to meet plant’s evolving configurations, energy management objectives and investment capabilities
    • It comes with Tested, Validated, Documented architectures
    • It is implemented and supported by Schneider Electric


    Benefits

    • Efficient: save up to 25% of your plant’s energy costs.
    • Green: reduce up to 10% your plant’s CO2 emissions

    Applications

    Wastewater treatment plants / companies, regardless of the number, sizes and type of plants, and whether they are new or existing, interested in:
    • Reducing operating costs per cubic meter of wastewater treated
    • Optimizing energy use
    • Negotiating better utility contracts and more accurate sub-billing
    • Improving energy quality
    • Managing carbon emissions for a lower footprint
    • Complying with environmental laws and regulations