Located in the plain of the Pyrenees Orientales, Saint-Cyprien is a coastal town subject to significant challenges on its water resource.
Within the framework of a virtuous management of its water resource, the Community of South Roussillon (public establishment for inter-municipal cooperation integrating the city of Saint-Cyprien) wished to evaluate the feasibility of the development of loops of reuse of wastewater in the medium and long term over its territory.
Ecofilae has therefore proposed an approach containing 3 phases enabling the operational implementation of water reuse loops in an urban context subject to strong seasonality. The study is currently in phase 2. The phased approach is presented below:
This study is still in progress (2018), one of the major users approached for the implementation of a circular water saving loop is a golf course.