ACO Remosa is a leading company in the Spanish market for the manufacture and distribution of Glass-Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) solutions for separating, purifying and reusing domestic and industrial water.

Interview with Clara Muñoz Pou, Product Marketing Manager Separation & Water Management at ACO.

Easy Engineering: What are the main areas of activity of the company? 

Clara Muñoz Pou: The main area in which ACO Remosa works is wastewater regeneration. For this reason, we are committed to the implementation of purification and recycling systems that guarantee the preservation of our water resources, which are becoming increasingly scarce.

ACO Remosa also works in the field of domestic wastewater treatment with the aim of eliminating pollutants and returning it safely to the environment.

In addition, we focus on the design of separators to treat water polluted by mineral oils that are completely or virtually insoluble and unsaponifiable, as well as on the storage of liquids. For this reason, we offer a wide range of tanks and cisterns of Glass-Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) for storage liquids for water both suitable and unsuitable for human consumption and chemicals products. 

E.E: What’s the news about new products? 

C.M.P: At ACO Remosa we are currently committed to the installation of DRP rainwater recovery tanks. These systems collect, filter and store rainwater that accumulates on the roofs of buildings for later suitable use in domestic applications such as filling toilet cisterns, cleaning floors or watering garden areas. The installation of these tanks can reduce water consumption levels in our homes by up to 50%.

We also highlight the greywater recycling and reuse stations GREM, a series of systems for treating greywater coming from showers, baths and basins through the use of membrane technology, obtaining water with quality for domestic use.

E.E: What are the ranges of products?

C.M.P: ACO Remosa’s products are organised into four different families that correspond to the four main areas in which the company operates. For this reason, ACO Remosa’s solutions are arranged under the categories “Wastewater regeneration”, “Wastewater treatment”, “Separators” and “Liquid storage”. 

Clara Muñoz Pou, Product Marketing Manager Separation & Water Management at ACO.

E.E: At what stage is the market where you are currently active?

C.M.P: Nowadays, the Iberian Peninsula is one of the regions in Europe most affected by the current variable episodes of extreme weather. This climatic challenge forces the market to act to ensure the correct and efficient management of the scarce water resources available.

E.E: What can you tell us about market trends?

C.M.P: In our sector, there is an increasing focus on solutions and equipment designed for the reuse of water when its pollutant load is minimal. We are talking about treating and reusing greywater, that which is generated when carrying out everyday actions such as taking a shower or washing our hands. The installation of this type of equipment in single-family homes can reduce drinking water consumption levels by up to 50%.

E.E: What are the most innovative products marketed?

C.M.P: One of the most innovative products that ACO Remosa has launched on the market is the ROX Plus regeneration stations, a set of systems for wastewater treatment similar to a domestic system, from which quality water is obtained for reuse by means of membrane technology.  

E.E: What estimations do you have for the rest of 2023?

C.M.P: Compared to last year’s results, we are projecting growth of 10% by 2023. These figures are derived from the acquisition of the brand by ACO Iberia and the current trends in the sector.