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Tedagua celebrates its 30 years at the forefront of reclaimed water reuse together with BALTEN June 12, 2023

Tedagua celebrates its 30 years at the forefront of reclaimed water reuse together with BALTEN June 12, 2023
  • Various experts in this field from different parts of Spain gathered to highlight the value of this resource and analyze the present and future of reuse in Spain.
  • Luis Miguel Arauzo (Commercial and Operations Director of Tedagua) led a presentation in which he showcased the company's success stories and outlined some of the sector's challenges for the future. 

Last Friday, the celebration of BALTEN's (Local Public Business Entity of Tenerife Reservoirs) 30 years of experience in the field of reclaimed water reuse took place at the University of La Laguna (Tenerife). The event brought together different stakeholders in the sector who shared their achievements over the years and discussed perspectives for the application of water as a key element in environmental sustainability.

Tedagua was present at the event, represented by Luis Miguel Arauzo, Commercial and Operations Director, who delivered a presentation analyzing the current situation of reclaimed water in the sector and highlighting various high-value projects that Tedagua has actively led on an international level. Additionally, he discussed the opportunities to export knowledge based on the acquired experience. 

Reclaimed water reuse has become an essential alternative to combat water resource scarcity worldwide. Its current demand growth surpasses that of all other water sources, and the development of infrastructures managed by Balten puts us in a privileged position to lead in a field with a high technological level. 

Tedagua and BALTEN have been working together in recent years on different projects on the island of Tenerife, such as the maintenance contract for the Reuse and Desalination System of the entire island, which includes a tertiary treatment system of 32,000 m3/day, three desalination plants with a capacity to produce reclaimed water of 4,000, 8,000, and 12,000 m3/day, and the 69 km pipeline for transportation.

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