ASTREA TECHNOLOGY is registered as a company specialized
in the development and commercialization of innovative and renewable
technologies that reduce environmental pollution.
ASTREA TECHNOLOGY addresses the needs of leachate from sanitary landfills.
are known to be highly complex to treat as they contain matter that
evolves over time, such as biodegradable
non-biodegradable and nitrogen in the form of ammonium (NH4+).
Their treatment requires the use of a variety of reliable technologies and different expertise depending on whether there is or not an existing water treatment plant.
Le SBR (Sequential Batch Reactor)
Thanks to our innovative bio-chemical developments we act at the heart of the treatment process for biologically degradable organic and nitrogen pollution. Our developments measurably improve the performance and reduce the running costs of standard SBR (Sequential Batch Reactor) technology..
Physico-chemical treatment (cradle to crable)
Our proprietary physico-chemical treatment significantly reduces the non-biodegradable organic matter levels and the consumption of final active carbon, if needed.
Adsorption treatment on activated carbon
our capacity to extract and sort out part of the polluted matter for a later re-use allows for further savings.
technologies are used separately or in various combinations depending on the
environment's variables (such as climate, legislation, norms, rules and
regulations, specificities of the waste treatment plants etc).
Our raison d'être is the production of individually customised sustainable and economic solutions.
For its development of a cradle to cradle or C2C project, ASTREA TECHNOLOGY SA has won the first prize of the Belgium competition for Durable Development called
Fonds d'Impulsion Vert in
The objective of the
research requested was to develop green technology and specifically to develop
an innovative process. Astrea Technology SA physico-chemical treatment research
project have a double goal. Firstly it has to remove a non-biodegradable
organic type of pollution commonly called "hard COD" present in the
leachate. Secondly it must make it possible to extract the "hard COD"
as a raw material that can be used as a marketable high value product. Ultimately
a better preservation of the environment is achieved through this innovative