Welcome to ALSYS
Welcome to ALSYS; designer and manufacturer of innovative, technological solutions for filtration and catalysis.

ALSYS develops innovative and competitive solutions to respond to technological, economic and environmental challenges of the factory of the future.

The Group commits to a responsible approach in order to provide a direction for innovation & growth while facilitating the application of chemistry and physics on the industrial scale.

ALSYS’s expertise in fundamental processes for the conservation of water and air using filtration and catalysis set the heading for the future.


ORELIS ENVIRONNEMENT SAS, 382, avenue du Moulinas
30340 Salindres, France
Tel +33 (0)4 66 85 95 36 - Fax +33 (0)4 66 30 77 59 contact@orelis.com


03/2019

Industrial reference from ORELIS Environnement published in an article about wine-production effluents treatments

Crossflow filtration through ceramic membrane: a flourishing process

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Translation:
Crossflow filtration with ceramic membrane in the wine-production effluents treatment: a flourishing process

Agri-food waste recovery is a growing activity, especially the waste from the grape industry in wine cellar and distilleries through crossflow filtration technology with ceramic membrane.

The reason for choosing this process is its selectivity, recovery rate on performance, and high temperature resistance (distillery outlet).
This technology allows the filtration of high value chemical compounds (ultrafiltration and/or microfiltration) or the continuous water recovery from the vinasse and the piquette of marc for disposal or reuse in a tertiary water treatment (reverse osmosis)
Moreover, this technology is already mature and well known in the wine industry for the clarification and microbiological stabilization of wines.


Crossflow filtration system with ceramic membrane under construction at Alsys Group (Orelis Environnement entity)




02/2018

Press release

ALSYS: Launch of a Specialty Group with expertise in filtration and catalysis technologies


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01/2018

Happy New Year 2018 !

All the Orelis Environnement team wish you a very Happy New Year 2018 !
11/2017

CTI-ORELIS acquires CeraMem® assets and reinforces its presence in North America


November 9, 2017 --- CTI-ORELIS announced today the acquisition of the CeraMem® assets from Veolia Water Technologies to develop synergies for advanced ceramic membrane based solutions for the oil and gas industry. Through this acquisition, CTI-ORELIS significantly strengthen its position in North America, particularly in the USA.
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10/2017

Zero liquid effluent discharge

Orelis Environnement selected for a

Sica des Sables is part of the CPPR cooperative group, producers of pigs on La Réunion island. They have just invested in a membrane filtration unit developed and built by Orelis Environnement. This unit, integrated into a container, was designed to meet the new conditions imposed by the municipality and to reduce the load of effluents discharged into the communal sewage system. Installed downstream of the site's wastewater treatment plant, this filtration unit is composed as follows:
• Ultrafiltration equipment made of ceramic membranes KLEANSEP™, with a flow rate of 50 m3/day (9.2 gpm). The purified water at the outlet is used for cleaning and feeding the gas scrubber.
• Reverse osmosis equipment made of polymeric membranes PERSEP™, with a flow rate of 20 m3/day (3.7 gpm). The water at the outlet is used to feed a cooling tower and the steam boilers.

« The recycling of water and liquid resource is a key element of our growth strategy in the field of membrane technologies, explains François Garcia, CEO of Orelis Environnement. Only an integrated offer of products and services along the entire value chain makes it possible to respond optimally to the specific needs of each customer and each industrial sector».
A thermal oxidation vapor treatment plant will also complement the plant to reduce the current volume of effluents produced. The complete installation will thus achieve the goal of zero discharge of dirty liquid effluents into the sewage system.
06/2017




Press release: click to read

Translation:
Crossflow filtration with ceramic membrane in the wine-production effluents treatment: a flourishing process

Agri-food waste recovery is a growing activity, especially the waste from the grape industry in wine cellar and distilleries through crossflow filtration technology with ceramic membrane.

The reason for choosing this process is its selectivity, recovery rate on performance, and high temperature resistance (distillery outlet).
This technology allows the filtration of high value chemical compounds (ultrafiltration and/or microfiltration) or the continuous water recovery from the vinasse and the piquette of marc for disposal or reuse in a tertiary water treatment (reverse osmosis)
Moreover, this technology is already mature and well known in the wine industry for the clarification and microbiological stabilization of wines.


Crossflow filtration system with ceramic membrane under construction at Alsys Group (Orelis Environnement entity)






Click on the picture to read

November 9, 2017 --- CTI-ORELIS announced today the acquisition of the CeraMem® assets from Veolia Water Technologies to develop synergies for advanced ceramic membrane based solutions for the oil and gas industry. Through this acquisition, CTI-ORELIS significantly strengthen its position in North America, particularly in the USA.
READ


Sica des Sables is part of the CPPR cooperative group, producers of pigs on La Réunion island. They have just invested in a membrane filtration unit developed and built by Orelis Environnement. This unit, integrated into a container, was designed to meet the new conditions imposed by the municipality and to reduce the load of effluents discharged into the communal sewage system. Installed downstream of the site's wastewater treatment plant, this filtration unit is composed as follows:
• Ultrafiltration equipment made of ceramic membranes KLEANSEP™, with a flow rate of 50 m3/day (9.2 gpm). The purified water at the outlet is used for cleaning and feeding the gas scrubber.
• Reverse osmosis equipment made of polymeric membranes PERSEP™, with a flow rate of 20 m3/day (3.7 gpm). The water at the outlet is used to feed a cooling tower and the steam boilers.

« The recycling of water and liquid resource is a key element of our growth strategy in the field of membrane technologies, explains François Garcia, CEO of Orelis Environnement. Only an integrated offer of products and services along the entire value chain makes it possible to respond optimally to the specific needs of each customer and each industrial sector».
A thermal oxidation vapor treatment plant will also complement the plant to reduce the current volume of effluents produced. The complete installation will thus achieve the goal of zero discharge of dirty liquid effluents into the sewage system.