Overview of Solutions

Nutrient cycle starts with commercial fertilizer production that provides the essential nutrients for agriculture and food that we consume. A great portion of these nutrients will end up in water bodies through human and agricultural wastes being discharged to water bodies that affect our ecosystem and potentially damage the environment. While these nutrients that are potential source of pollution and their discharge to water bodies can adversely affect the aquatic life on the other hand can provide a valuable plant fertilizer as they contain elements required for plant growth including nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K). At Prongineer we convent the waste steams that contain water, nutrients and organic matter to liquid and solid commercial fertilizer, reusable water and energy. 
Wastewater treatment is a process by which wastewater from industries, homes and businesses is cleaned using biological and chemical treatment so that the water can be discharged to the environment safely. Revocer-water  expand on traditional wastewater treatment approach is a zero/minimum discharge approach aim at reclaiming water for non-portable uses such as: Irrigation, Washing Cars, flushing toilets, cooling water for power plants, concrete mixing, artificial lakes, and irrigation for golf courses and public parks. This helps decrease diverging water from sensitive eco-systems which depend greatly on the flow to improve the quality of the water. Water reclamation also decreases the pollution to bodies of water, such as oceans and rivers, by diverting the wastewater. Some of the pollutants are used for irrigation purposes, such as nitrogen, which would be harmful to these bodies of water. Another benefit is the enhancement of wetlands which benefits the wildlife dependent on that eco-system.
Recover-energy solutions captures organic matter in waste and convert it biogas or electricity. This is achieved thorough incorporation anaerobic wastewater treatment processes using our modular anaerobic digestion.   
Phosphate is recovered from the anaerobic digester and is converted to solid phosphate rich fertilizer.