R & D Projects
Hidroquimia has a strong innovative character and is committed to the research of new advanced technologies applied to water treatment. The company participates in national and international R & D projects related to the water sector.
Projects in progress:
CIEN (CDTi) (2015-2019)
Project funded by the CIEN Program (CDTi, Spain) (2015-2019). The objective is the development of technologies in order to recycle and recover certain streams of waste with great potential and that at present it is not feasible to recover them, transforming them into economically viable resources.
Research of technologies applied to the treatment of industrial waste water and the re-evaluation of the waste generated by the different treatments.
The project is complemented by optimization through the integration of different technologies.
The objective of this innovative project is to treat the urban organic waste that contains the rest fraction and mix it with urban waste water.
Treatments to be applied: mechanical and hydraulic separation of the different types of waste, anaerobic treatment of the organic fraction with biogas production; aerobic treatment with MBR system and treatment of constructed wetlands
ASSESSMENT OF WASTE AND BIOMASS IN THE PRODUCTION CYCLE (2010-2012)
Project financed by the subprogram INNCORPORA, within the National Program for the Recruitment and Incorporation of Human Resources of the Human Resources Performance Line of the National Plan for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation (R + D + i) 2010. MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION.
7th ENVIRONMENT FRAMEWORK PROGRAM (2012-2016)
Project funded by the 7th Environment Framework Program (2012-2016). The objective of the project is the development of a membrane system for the desalination of sea water that has no chemical precipitation or organic fouling.
ENVIORENMENT FP7 (2012-2016)
Project funded by Environment FP7 (2012-2016). The project proposes a new eco-efficient model for the treatment of water from the processing industry of metal and plastic surfaces.