Inside NVP Energy's plan to clean up the wastewater treatment industry

Madeleine Cuff
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Irish start-up uses a pioneering system of low-temperature anaerobic digestion to deliver on-site wastewater treatment that delivers a green energy bonus

Treating wastewater is big business. Globally, the annual capital spend on wastewater treatment clocks in at around £40bn, much of it from firms forced to pay hefty wastewater sewage charges to water companies....

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