Mudwizard has been awarded with the Solar Impulse Label, one of the first labels for positive impact businesses bringing together protection of the environment and financial viability.
Awarded by the Solar Impulse Foundation founded by the pioneer of solar aviation Bertrand Piccard, this labeling process is part of the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions.
Mudwizard is proud to be on of the first 500 solutions in the world labeled by the Solar Impulse Foundation.
Mud treatment system
Adapted to your industry
Adapted to your industry
You very well know that each industry is different, with its specific issues and challenges. They all have one thing in common: they generate mud.
Do not let this mud waste your time and money. Manage it the smart way.
Mudwizard plays a key role in mining and quarrying operations by reducing plant maintenance downtime while significantly improving working and environmental conditions on site. The system easily adapts to the available space and can handle large flows.
The challenges companies face are significant: productivity, profitability, manpower, sustainability, and above all, the environmental standards that need to be reached. Mudwizard maximizes operational efficiency by significantly reducing the amount of mud generated on site, while requiring very little space and manpower.
By significantly reducing the amount of mud transferred to the surface, Mudwizard minimizes transportation of waste outside of urban areas and saves water. It eliminates the risk of sanding and clogging of dewatering pipes while increasing the availability of the drilling equipment or tunneling boring machine.
Water, a key element in drilling, can be a challenge in remote or environmentally sensitive areas. Users must meet environmental requirements and responsibly dispose of the mud generated during drilling. Mudwizard allows for water clarification treatment directly on the field, making sure water is used moderately and as efficiently as possible, without compromising drilling results.
Achievement in the headline
Construction of the Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM) station
- The quality of water extracted from the site is variable and unpredictable, and must comply with specific and particularly restrictive criteria.
- The absence of a dedicated, specialized water management operator requires the implementation of a simple, understandable treatment system and accessible technical support.
- The space available for water treatment and settling is very limited due to the urban nature of the site.
- Additive elements in the industrial waste water, such as foaming agents, hydrocarbons and concrete, add to the treatment challenges.