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We supply process technologies and plants for water and sludge treatment. CNP CYCLES GmbH is a pioneer in the recovery of carbon (C), nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P).

Close water and nutrient cycles and generate energy. Find out from us how this results in cost and resource efficiency.

You must meet legal requirements and want to create added value for people and the environment. We help in this responsibility.

State-of-the-art technologies in integral concepts create sustainable water infrastructures. Experience our vision of the Smart Urban Water Cycle.

Energy Cycle

The operation of wastewater treatment plants causes high energy consumption and disposal costs. With proven and innovative technologies, we enable a significant reduction in energy use and a reduction in residues as defined by the Closed Substance Cycle Waste Management Act.

Our portfolio around the topic of energy

 

Nutrient Cycle

We have a dominant position in the European market. Especially in Germany, where a new regulation stipulates that phosphorus, as an essential nutrient, must be recovered from sewage sludge. The world's phosphorus reserves are finite, so recovery has enormous growth potential worldwide and especially in Germany.

Our portfolio around the topic of nutrients

 

Water Cycle

Clean water is essential for health and hygiene and at the core of development and prosperity. Today, wastewater as a resource is subject to a paradigm shift in the economy - from disposal to recycling. With this guiding principle, we offer partnerships for WATERING LIFE on the market.

Our portfolio around the topic of water treatment

Turbo LME Potable Water Treatment

Smarter Water Cycles

We offer industry and municipalities holistic solutions for the treatment of wastewater and water.
We develop sustainable solutions for water treatment and the treatment of industrial water, recirculated water, cooling water and wastewater. For this purpose, we use processes developed and patented by us for biological and membrane water treatment.

Our portfolio around the topic of Smarter Water Cycles

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Source Pcture: Institut IWAR - Technische Universität Darmstadt