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Published on: Feb. 14, 2020, 11:38 p.m.
REVY’s processes create biogas as a by-product, helping the clean-up initiative pay for itself
  • An efficient, low-cost and long-term solution to water waste management. Credit: REVY

By Business India Editorial

REVY Environmental Solutions is working on cutting-edge technologies for effective water waste management in India. With demand for water increasing and its source and supply depleting, water waste management systems can help thousands get clean and quality water. The company offers specialised enzymatic water treatment and waste management solutions that dramatically outperform other treatments on the market, both in terms of efficacy and environmental sustainability.

REVY is fast approaching industries, businesses, residential colonies, hotels and school and college campuses to help them understand their wastewater quality and offer treatability solutions using its advanced technologies. As a result, these institutions are able to not only cut back on the heavy costs of water purchase but also ensure the ethical use of water. The residual waste remains are then converted into biogas that can be sold for various purposes. REVY’s products which produce biogas as a by-product pay for themselves with the increased generation capacity.

The company’s solutions come in the form of the curation of microbial fermentation processes to break down harmful waste in the water. This is done through an end-to-end analysis of the site’s water waste type. This analysis then helps REVY identify the complexity of waste in the water. It then offers the ideal mixture of microorganisms to treat the waste. This process also considers the optimisation of biogas that is produced as a result.

REVY’s comprehensive system brings to the market an efficient, low-cost and long-term solution to water waste management. Its application of the designed process over time can also add value to research and future technology development for the treatment of water waste. With climate change influencing the source of clean, freshwater, REVY’s solutions and more like them can help balance humanity’s relationship with water.

REVY Environmental Solutions is headed by Dr. Vanita Prasad, a renowned environmental biotechnologist. Vanita is a leading entrepreneur who has spent the majority of her career researching anaerobic waste processing. Her expertise, combined with the innovative technological support from her team, has brought India a unique solution to water waste management.

*Co-authored by Starlene Sharma, advisor to start-ups and investors


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