Key questions

  • What improvements are required to overcome the water crisis?
  • Freshwater: limited resource?
  • How well is the humanity familiar with current water pollution situation
    in the world?
  • What are the benefits associated with a new water treatment approach?

Solutions

  • Guarantee the right to water;
  • Decentralize the responsibility for water;
  • Develop know-how at the local level;
  • Increase and improve financing;
  • Evaluate and monitor water resources.

Project objectives

  • Extensive research on novel water purification approach;
  • Design a pilot plant of the purification system;
  • Development of the pilot plant;
  • Test the plant with couple of biggest end users in the region;
  • Design and development of mobile plant.

OneDrop - How it works

The project concentrates on conducting research, construction principles and design of comprehensive electrolysis unit that produces sodium ferrate from the steel anode and sodium hydroxide solution. Ferrate permits to carry on water treatment at the municipal water supplies or enterprise territory and the treatment of industrial wastewaters or drinking water.

The unit ensures that treated wastewaters discharged into the environment without any harm. Integrated electrolysis unit for the production of reagents for drinking water purification and wastewaters treatment does not have any domestic analogues and can ensure the competitiveness of the domestic water treatment processing systems compared to foreign-made analogues by price, productiveness and energy efficiency.

Russian-Finnish round table “Commencement of proceedings in the Southern Savo region (Finland). From theory to practice

On the 18th of January Employees of NPK Omega represented by Vladimir Brunman, Vadim Sanzharov, and Faina Livshits attended the Russian-Finnish round table "Commencement of proceedings in the Southern Savo region (Finland). From theory to practice". The meeting discussed investment issues, opportunities to consolidate business in…

Polytech successfully continues to work on the CBC OneDrop project

Higher School of Automation and Robotics in cooperation with partners from LUT University, St. Petersburg State University, Port of Lappeenranta and NPK Omega proceeded to the final stage of works on the international project "Innovative mobile plant for water treatment (OneDrop)" in the framework of cross-border cooperation…

Lappeenranta wastewater plant visit

Ladan, Majed and Hamid visited the Lappeenranta wastewater plant on 29th June. Lappeenranta wastewater is treated mechanically, chemically, and biologically at four treatment plants. There are several processes in water treatment such as screening, sand sedimentation, coagulation (add ferrous sulfate), primary clarification,…