Princeton, NJ – Today Organica Water has introduced several major enhancements to its Organica Central Station (OCS) hosted design platform, which enables technical and non-technical personnel in the wastewater industry to enter basic inputs and receive complete preliminary engineering documentation for wastewater treatment plants.
“From the time a request is made for a wastewater feasibility study, professionals and engineers within municipalities, utilities, EPCs and consulting engineers can wait weeks to receive the initial set of engineering documents. After receiving the initial docs and examining them, invariably multiple scenarios are then requested to evaluate an ever changing regulatory environment and ecosystem. In total that process can take months.” said Organica’s CEO Ari Raivetz. “With OCS, that process is literally reduced down to hours. Organica and its partners and customers have been using the tool for years to compare and evaluate the feasibility of future projects and alternative processes by creating multiple engineering designs, one after another, using different input variables. The results speak for themselves. Organica saved ~$1.0M USD in 2015 by creating more than 300 preliminary designs with OCS. The tool completely transforms how the industry evaluates wastewater treatment options and alternatives. Add now we are introducing a free version which produces preliminary engineering designs for both Conventional Activated Sludge (CAS) WWTPs and localized Organica-powered facilities.”