Sustainable Cities

Product of climate change, the rapid growth of urban sprawl, population growth and other factors that are rapidly transforming urban environments, cities today face increasingly unpredictable risks: floods, landslides, fires, toxic spills, earthquakes, etc.

Atlas works together with cities to develop protocols for weather or other emergencies, such as master plans for storm drains, water use and smart irrigation systems.

Water management: water, integrated systems of measurement parameters (BOD, conductivity, PH, turbidity). Preparation of executive sewer projects, master plans for sewerage and storm drains.

Environmental protection plans, sanitation plans for affected areas, monitoring sensors and prevention, regulatory adaptation.

Waste management and cleaning: containerization; sensors for containers, improvement and optimization of routes waste collection, composting strategy development and value creation. GIRSU planning and recycling plants.

Training officials and public awareness campaigns.

Sustainable building and energy efficiency: plans for improving efficiency and energy savings in cities, planning and development of smart grids.