To limit the consumption
of water in your industry

Water is a precious resource whose needs range
continue to increase in the years to come.
Discover our solutions to save
water across your industrial sites.

Managing water consumption in industry: a crucial issue for companies

Intensive human activities disrupt the water cycle. Result: periods of drought are more and more frequent in certain regions of the world, including in France, which can impact water consumption in industry. So much so that local authorities can impose restrictions on water use, putting industrial sites on short-time work and impacting their productivity.

Faced with this situation, our collective responsibility is to control water consumption in the domestic, agricultural and industrial sectors, by adopting responsible practices and seeking to optimize water consumption in industry. This will make it possible to guarantee the sustainability of this precious resource for future generations and to maintain the productivity of industrial sites even in times of restricted water use.

Optimizing cleaning in place
to save water and much more

Cleaning in place (CIP) allows you to wash the circuits of a machine automatically and without dismantling in order to comply with the hygiene standards of your industry.

Dametis helps you optimize your cleaning in place through 4 axes to save water and energy.

Why take the leap?


Consume less water and energy thanks to optimized use of machines.


Meet quality requirements by using fewer chemicals.


Your machines are less often stopped and require less cleaning products.
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Dametis solutions allow you to optimize the
cleaning in place and reducing the water consumption of your production units.
For this, we act on 4 axes.

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Take stock of cleaning in place using the “3R” method

CO2 measurement for a better carbon footprint
Visualize and analyze cleaning-in-place water consumption
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Reduce cleaning time with smart sensors

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Treat and reuse laundry solutions endlessly
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To do the inventory
cleaning in place

To begin with, Dametis makes an inventory of your cleaning-in-place system based on the “3R” method:

Reduce: can water consumption be reduced?
Reuse: can we reuse water?
Recycle: can we use recycled water and cleaning products?

We work with Elodys International, a design office specializing in industrial cleaning performance.

Visualize and analyze the
water consumption

Because it's easier to improve what you measure, we give you an overview of your cleaning-in-place system:

View your wash cycles
Indicate if the washing cycles are sufficient
Quantify washing time overruns
Identify influencing factors
Analyze data from smart optical sensors

From all this information, the effectiveness of the 4 TACT factors is calculated: Temperature, Mechanical action, Chemistry and Action time. We are then able to assess the potential for improvement.

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Reduce the time of
cleaning with smart sensors

If the cleaning time is too short, there is a bacteriological risk. If it is too long, you waste water, but also energy and chemicals (soda, acid, etc.). Result: your costs increase.

Save precious liters of water with smart optical sensors that measure the variation of pollutants in cleaning solutions. We use the OptiClean technology developed by Elodys International.

Thanks to this fine analysis, you know the optimal cleaning time and the ideal washing recipe according to the actual level of soiling.

Process and reuse
detergent solutions

How to treat and reuse industrial detergents like soda and acid? Indeed, after a certain number of washes, they become soiled, unusable and end up in the sewer.

Developed by Elodys International, the Green CIP process treats used detergent solutions and allows them to be reused over and over again. Better still, the regenerated soda has a higher detergent power than new soda. The regeneration is done from a physico-chemical treatment with actions of coagulation, flocculation then separation of the organic matter.

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Optimization of wastewater treatment plants: a solution for controlling water consumption in industry.

Many manufacturers see their wastewater treatment plant as a burden: it is expensive, difficult to manage and a source of a lot of hassle. If this is also your case, you will change your mind with Dametis. Thanks to our solutions, your wastewater treatment plant will become an asset.

Why take the leap?


decrease your energy consumption in industry by optimizing the aeration system and sludge drying.


Improve purification by reducing the amount of chemicals used and securing discharges. The result: cleaner water.


By reducing emissions, you reduce the costs of your energy consumption.
This is a big step towards better profitability.

4 steps to take advantage of
your wastewater treatment plant

Dametis assists you in optimizing your wastewater treatment plant (STEP)
by following 4 steps:
‎ ‎ ‎ Analyze your WWTP to reduce pollution

We start by analyzing the operation of your wastewater treatment plant. This makes it possible to limit the level of pollution and to secure the conformity of discharges.

‎ ‎ ‎ Make your WWTP an energy producer
It is possible to transform pollution discharges into energy. We study their energy potential in order to make your wastewater treatment plant an energy producer.
‎ ‎ ‎ Identify driving anomalies
We identify anomalies in the conduct of your treatment plant, such as a faulty aeration system or the excessive use of chemicals.
‎ ‎ ‎ Develop an action plan to optimize your STEP

Finally, we design a detailed action plan to obtain optimal operation of your wastewater treatment plant.

Optimize your water management

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Saving water starts with a first brick. Book a call with a business expert to discuss the issues of your industrial sites in terms of water use.


They have chosen

Thanks to Dametis' diagnosis of our production process, we have an overall view of our cleaning system in place. We have managed to reduce our cleaning time to avoid waste and lower the cost of our water bills. We win on all counts!

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Food industry