is an engineering firm specialising in water supply and
treatment, and in the treatment of sewage and waste water.
It has its own study and research service dealing with
processing, electricity and hydrology. Balteau operates
as an electro-mechanical for the assembly, installation
and implementation of heavy duty electrical circuits and
Balteau was founded 25 years ago and has grown considerably
through its work with the different Inter-Authority Water
Agencies (SWE, CILE, AIVE, CIBE, etc.) and the different
Inter-Authority Water and Sewage Treatment Agencies (AIDE,
INASEO, IBW, IDEA, etc.) in Wallonia.
From this expertise base, Balteau offers services to
the industrial and mining sectors. The company staff includes
Balteau’s capacity to both design and build systems
and products, has given it enormous expertise in on-site
management, and consistent high levels of client satisfaction.
The Research Department and xelection and calculation
of process systems, selection of materials and equipment,
optimum management of investment and optimisation of costs.
Equipping wells, pumping stations, pressurisation at constant,
or variable, levels.
Fabrication and Installation
Hydraulics, electrics, and electro-mechanical systems
and processes. Assembly and implementation.
Industrial waste water, elimination of undesirable elements
(Iron, Magnesium, etc.), disinfection, limestone-carbon
balance, settling systems and tanks, filtration systems.
Activated sludge, tertiary treatment, rotary treatment
tanks, sequential batch reactors, membrane systems, physical-chemical
treatment, sludge drying.
Balteau has also developed and successfully operated
a landfill leachates treatment system called PROLIX.
This is a process of bio-degradation with membranes which
allows the operator to meet the most stringent effluent
criteria. This expertise has already been supplied to
both public and private clients.
Balteau seeks to develop and apply its know-how in export
markets, particularly in North Africa, the Congo and the
countries of Central and Eastern Europe. It is looking
for local partners with whom it can work to transfer its
technology in the pumping, water and sewage treatment