Magtel at the forefront of the design and development of wastewater quality control stations

Magtel at the forefront of the design and development of wastewater quality control stations - Magtel

The development of new technologies in the area of network sectorisation and water quality meters is one of the main lines of work of Magtel’s R&D&i Division.

The Pontificia Universidad Católica de Perú (PUCP), with the help of Magtel, has developed the project MONICA RESIDUAL, a wastewater quality monitoring station.
This initiative tackles one of Peru’s biggest problems: industrial wastewater management. In this regard, MONICA RESIDUAL enables the discharge source to be known, to award responsibilities thereon and to determine whether the amount has exceeded the admissible limits.
Rosa Rucano Taya of the Magtel Perú R&D&i Division supervises the latest works of a project that has been partially championed by the National Innovation Programme for Competitivity and Productivity.
In 2011, it was estimated that almost 27% of generated wastewater received no kind of treatment prior to its final disposal, which represented a serious environmental pollution problem. A simple and economical way of dealing with these problems that does not entail installing costly treatment plants is to control the release of contaminants at strategic points of the sanitation network, paying special attention to industrial sources. Today there is no system with real-time alerts on the existence of such releases and this is where Magtel has proposed a technological and innovative solution to an unresolved problem.

Execution of the DEUTRO project has now begun, through which untreated water will be dealt with, together with MONICA Y MONICA RESIDUAL covering the comprehensive water cycle, with which it will be possible to detect and predict eutrofication and similar processes in reservoirs.

R&D&i

Through continuous investment in R&D&i, Magtel develops innovative technological solutions that provide more efficient processes. R&D&i is, therefore, one of the pillars of Magtel’s strategy and one of the main axes of the company’s development.

In order to make a significant difference and offer clients the most advanced services on the market, Magtel always works to be ahead of the most innovative solutions in the different sectors in which the company has a presence.

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Magtel is a company that applies the most innovative solutions in project design, construction and maintenance in the different sectors in which it operates.

The company has a presence in Spain, Peru, Portugal, Morocco and Paraguay, where it has 590 employees.

Since it was founded in 1990, Magtel has been committed to sustainable development, ongoing employee training and constant technological innovation with a management style that is distinguished by social responsibility, transparency and rigour.

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