To meet market expectations and in response to our customers’ needs, Veolia Water Technologies, through its internal manufacturing and global logistics platform SOLYS, has developed a new Plug & Play, integrated RO-CEDI unit for demineralized water production.
My company, Veolia Water Technologies, together with Urban Utilities, is happy to announce the construction of the first sidestream ANITA™ Mox treatment process plant in Australia. How is this an exciting development? Let me explain.
Compared to the risk mitigation measures taken for production lines, risk measures surrounding water management are often downplayed. For instance, water management is generally regarded as just a utility, despite it being less resilient to disruptions. Yet, when water treatment processes stop, production lines are disrupted.
Hubei Provincial Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine had engaged Veolia Water Technologies (VWT) for emergency support on one of their malfunctioned lab water treatment equipment on February 6, 2020. The hospital is one of the 23 hospitals designated to provide intensive treatment to COVID-19 patients in Wuhan.
Based on Nestlé’s needs, Veolia Water Technologies (Veolia) proposed that Nestlé reclaim 750 m3/day of water mainly from secondary effluent and COW Water to be reused for non-potable purposes and, in response to the issue of limited indoor space, to install a unique BiopROtector to optimize the existing Reverse Osmosis Polisher (ROP) system.