German specialists present innovative technologies for wastewater treatment
Makhachkala, March 28, 2014. On March 28, a presentation of innovative technologies in the construction of water treatment facilities took place in the republican ministry of construction, architecture and housing. A representative of Bioworks Company in Russia and Azerbaijan Waldemar Trumf conducted the event attended by Daghestan minister of construction, architecture and housing Musa Musayev, the heads of municipalities, the representatives of water-supply companies and other organizations.
As to Musa Musayev the construction of water treatment facilities is lively important for Daghestan, because the water conservancy facilities have been worn out by 70 percent.
“The republican leadership makes every effort to resolve the problem. The introduction of new and cheaper technologies in the construction of such facilities is one of the smartest ways to solve it.
It is no secret that the water supplied through pipes in Daghestan does not meet the world's requirements. The German counterparts, in turn, suggest using aeration and ionization technologies for the potable water,”-the minister noted.
Waldemar Trumf, the Bioworks Company representative in Russia and Azerbaijan told more details about methods in the construction of water treatment facilities. According to him, the German technologies are cheap, ergonomic and simple.
"Every year, we build up to 100 wastewater treatment facilities in different countries. In our methods, we use a special film, completely eliminating the use of concrete and other materials. This film is durable with the life service amounting to 50 years. We manufacture many parts and units of the treatment facilities"- Trumf says.
The presentation meeting participants expressed their views on the proposed solutions and fully supported the idea of using the latest practices. Resuming the meeting, Daghestani minister of construction, architecture and housing Musa Musayev noted that the republican Government would determine a step-by-step plan for the introduction of new technologies in the republic.