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The application of automation resources allows the processes of water treatment and distribution, as well as the collection and treatment of sewage, to be more efficient, sustainable and economical.


  • Automation and Monitoring of Treatment Plants

  • Distribution Monitoring

  • Pump automation

  • Pump House control - Hot / Cold water supply systems

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Common questions

+ Whats is "sanitation"? What does sanitation consist of?

Basic sanitation is a set of fundamental services that contribute to the socioeconomic development of a region, such as water supply, sewage, urban drainage, solid waste management, and stormwater management.

+ What are the types of sanitation?

Water treatment and distribution, Sewage collection and treatment, Urban rainwater drainage, Waste collection and management.

+ What is "sanitation"? What does sanitation consist of?

Basic sanitation is a set of fundamental services that contribute to the socioeconomic development of a region, such as water supply, sewage, urban drainage, solid waste management, and stormwater management.

+ Why is sanitation considered an essential public service?

Basic sanitation and urban sanitation consist of activities related to drinking water supply, stormwater management, sewage collection and treatment, urban cleaning, solid waste management, and control of pests and pathogenic agents to improve the health of the communities.

+ Why is sanitation important and how important is sanitation for society? 

Sanitation consists of measures taken on the environment and aims to promote health, ensure quality of life, and preserve natural resources.

+ What is sanitation like in Brazil?

In 2011, 82.4 % of the Brazilian population had access to drinking water. In 2018, the index rose to 83.6 %. There was a greater advance in the indicators of population with access to sewerage systems, which went from 48.1 % in 2011 to 53.2 % in 2018. Sewage treatment also went from 37.5 % to 46.3 %.

+ What is the relationship between sanitation and quality of life?

The term "basic sanitation" defines a set of procedures adopted by a government that serves to provide a hygienic and healthy condition for its urban and rural population. With these measures, it is possible to guarantee quality of life, promote health and avoid diseases.

+ What is "sanitation" and what is "environmental sanitation"?

Basic sanitation refers to the supply of drinking water and sewage collection and treatment. Environmental sanitation refers to urban cleaning, pest control, etc. Its purpose is to ensure the sanitation of the environment and not allow people without infrastructure to live with diseases. In addition, it also serves to protect the environment.

+ What is the meaning of the word "sanitation"?

"Sanitation" refers to the set of measures that aim to preserve or modify the conditions of the environment and which help to prevent diseases, promote health, improve quality of life, increase personal productivity, and improve economic activities.

+ How to do ecological sanitation?

Using rainwater can help you to be more ecological as well as save money on your water bill. Each person produces around 150 liters of sewage per day. On a simple analysis, it is possible to conclude that a family of 3 produces around 900 liters of effluent in 2 days.

+ What is "rural sanitation"?

Those who live in the countryside should know about rural sanitation. It basically consists of sewage collection and treatment, water supply for human consumption, treatment and reuse of wastewater, and the management and disposal of garbage.

+ What does the Brazilian law say about basic sanitation?

Law 11.445/07 established the concept of basic sanitation as a set of services, infrastructure, and facilities for water supply, sewage treatment, urban cleaning, and solid waste management.

+ Which laws regulate basic sanitation in Brazil?

The public basic sanitation services are foreseen in Law 11.445/2007 and were amended by Law 14.026/2020. On January 5, 2007, Law 11.445 was published, regulating basic sanitation services.

+ What is the Brazilian Law of the New Regulatory Framework for Sanitation?

With the approval of Law 14.026/2020, which updates the legal framework for basic sanitation, the relationship between the ANA and the sanitation sector will reach a new level, since the Brazilian National Water Agency (in Portuguese, Agência Nacional de Águas e Saneamento (ANA)) will now edit reference standards.

+ What is the total loss of water per day?

Based on data from the Brazilian National Information System on basic sanitation, the study also shows that in 2018, the average amount of drinking water in Brazil was 38.45 % of the total available. This meant a loss of 6.5 billion m³ of water in a year − the equivalent of 7.1 thousand Olympic swimming pools per day!

+ Whose responsibility is it to oversee basic sanitation?

According to Agência Brasil, private sector is responsible for basic sanitation in only 6 % of Brazilian cities. In the other 94 %, this service is performed by state or municipal companies, assisted by the federal government.

+ What is water loss?

Water loss is the unintentional waste of drinking water that occurs in several ways in a supply system.

+ What is the consumption profile in sanitation?

The consumption profile is related to the characteristics, patterns, and principles of a given customer group. It is a set of specifications that can define the parameters on consumption deviation.

+ How to reduce water loss?

It is necessary to think of solutions, such as: species management research, monitoring programs, educational campaigns to stop clandestine connections, etc.

+ What is one of the most critical points in sanitation?

By monitoring the point of lowest pressure, pressure control allows to maintain the supply at a minimum pressure, reducing the volume lost and electric power consumption. When installed in a water pumping station, it provides a significant reduction in operational expenses. Its primary concern is to keep all customers supplied.

+ What is a sewage lift?

A sewage lift is a complete solution for handling sewage in buildings below or far away from the public sewage system. Installed in the ground or underground, the set includes one or more high-efficiency sewage grinder pumps, a tank, and a device for automatic actuation.

+ What are the reasons to install sewage lift stations?

The sewage lift station pumps liquid and solid effluents through submersible or self-priming pumps to places where they can continue to flow safely into the collection system.

+ How does the wastewater collection system work?

The water to be used passes through the internal pipes, then follows to the street, where it meets the wastewater collection system.

+ What is the function of a sewage lift station?

The lift station aims to bring a submersible effluent to the sewage collection system or to the sewage treatment system.

+ How does an Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant work?

Industrial wastewater treatment plants act according to the physical, natural, and biological characteristics of the effluents. In addition, they also consider the presence of pollutants that must be removed and/or the unit operations used for treatment. The ideal process is indicated according to the pollutant load and the presence of contaminants.

+ What is a lift station?

Lift station is a unit that have hydraulic pumps and tanks that increase the pressure of the liquid in a distribution system for clean water or for effluents and sewage.

+ What is remote monitoring of cloud-connected equipment for water and wastewater management?

They serve as complete solutions with centralized or distributed architecture to provide stable operations. From dams, through water treatment, distribution and transmission to factories and communities, reliable systems are needed to monitor and control the water supply process in real time.

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+ What is "sanitation"? What does sanitation consist of?

Basic sanitation is a set of fundamental services that contribute to the socioeconomic development of a region, such as water supply, sewage, urban drainage, solid waste management, and stormwater management.