We empower municipalities, decentralized communities as well as agricultural customers to transform water treatment from a burden into an asset, by minimizing OPEX, maximizing tangible resources, saving eco-footprint - providing affordable clean water autonomy with ultimate peace of mind.
TAYA TECHNOLOGY FOR
AFFORDABLE CLEAN WASTEWATER
TAYA is a hybrid biological wastewater treatment technology that enables operational simplicity, peace of mind and water autonomy. It can be operated via solar panels as a self-generator in order to reduce energy consumption.
Our patented technology uses atmospheric oxygen via an attached growth bacteria biological process and an aerobic-anoxic reactor with passive aeration. Its novel design reconciles the high energy consumption of systems with the marginal O&M costs associated with passive aeration. This enables maximum efficiency while minimizing sludge, energy consumption and professional labor requirements. TAYA outperforms conventional wastewater treatment technologies, offering extremely low OPEX, for increased savings and growth.
Our Sustainable Offering
A member of the WFI Group, the Israel-based Triple-T manufactures advanced biological waste water treatment solutions, including reuse, for the global community. The company is led by a team of senior water experts with profound know-how and over 25 years of experience, who are driven by a genuine care and drive to solve wastewater treatment challenges in the most creative and economical way.
Our mission is to promote self-sustainable communities and agricultural customers by providing affordable, simple-to-implement solutions while recycling and creating new value from biological wastewater treatment.
We offer fast, dynamic and flexible turn-key and self-setup solutions. We promise our customers that based on our proprietary TAYA technology, we will reduce maintenance, energy consumption and sludge-handling costs, OPEX and ecological footprint. As a result, we enhance your organization’s positioning as eco-responsible – ensuring wastewater treatment no longer becomes a burden or a worry, but rather an asset to the community, industry and environment.