GLOBAL PROJECTS

The efficient and sustainable water treatment technologies of PWNT are discovered more and more globally by several water utilities. They are confident about the advanced water treatment systems developed by PWNT, such as SIX® (PWNT’s suspended ion exchange process), CeraMac® (PWNT’s innovative and cost effective/competetive ceramic membrane filtration process) and ILCA® (PWNT’s inline coagulation adsorption process). PWNT creates this confidence by operating pilot installations at water utilities, where the technologies are intensively studied in the real environment with changing water qualities and test conditions. Our performance has led to two large-scale projects and many pilots globally. PWNT around the globe.

Project Water Treatment Plant Choa Chu Kang Waterworks, Singapore
Project Water Treatment Plant Choa Chu Kang Waterworks, Singapore

Project Water Treatment Plant Choa Chu Kang Waterworks, Singapore

After an intensive pilot study of 18 months, PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency is building a 180 MLD CeraMac® water treatment plant at Choa Chu Kang Waterworks (CCKWW). This plant will be operational in 2018 and will be one of the largest ceramic membrane filtration plants for drinking water treatment…

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Pilot Study For The College  Water Treatment Works Of South West Water UK
Pilot study for the College Water Treatment Works of South West Water UK

Pilot study for the College Water Treatment Works of South West Water UK

In 2016, a pilot study for the College Water Treatment Works was completed. ILCA® and CeraMac® were tested to treat an algae-laden reservoir source, and it was the first site were we tested a cleaning-in-place procedure for the membranes with ozone. The processes effectively treated this challenging source. Different coagulants…

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Andijk III – PWN, The Netherlands
Andijk III – PWN, The Netherlands

Andijk III - PWN, The Netherlands

The Andijk III plant in the Netherlands is based on PWNT’s SIX® (Suspended Ion eXchange) and CeraMac® (ceramic membrane filtration process). It produces water of a better quality with lower environmental impact and decreased energy consumption at a lower cost. Andijk III will have a capacity of 4,750 m3 per…

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Project Mayflower Water Treatment Works Of South West Water UK
Project Mayflower Water Treatment Works of South West Water UK

Project Mayflower Water Treatment Works of South West Water UK

The construction of the new £60 million state-of-the-art Water Treatment Works for Plymouth, started in April 2016, after a 18 months pilot study. It will use cutting-edge treatment processes, designed and developed by PWNT and tested at a pilot facility from June 2013 until  June 2015. The new waterworks will…

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Pilot Study For Melbourne Water
Pilot study for Melbourne Water

Pilot study for Melbourne Water

During this pilot ozone combined with ceramic membranes to treat secondary effluent was trialed at Eastern Treatment Plant (ETP), Melbourne. The overall objective of this project, funded primarily by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence, is to demonstrate the performance and cost benefits of ceramic membranes to treat water…

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Drinking Water Without Chlorine – Cairns, Australia
Drinking Water without Chlorine – Cairns, Australia

Drinking Water without Chlorine - Cairns, Australia

PWN Technologies and Black & Veatch was appointed by the Cairns regional Council in Australia to investigate distributing drinking water without chlorine. The intention is to develop a monitoring program to monitor the water systems integrity before engaging in the chlorine free trial. All eyes in Australia will be watching…

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Pilot Study Manitowoc Public Utilities, Wisconsin USA
Pilot study Manitowoc Public Utilities, Wisconsin USA

Pilot study Manitowoc Public Utilities, Wisconsin USA

In November 2014, PWNT, in partnership with METAWATER and MPU, started a one-year pilot study of ceramic membranes directly on the water from Lake Michigan. This unit includes equipment for pre-coagulation and a ceramic micro filter with a single, full-scale 269 sqft (25 m2) membrane module. Because of its sustainability,…

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Micro-contaminant Control Study – Evides, Rotterdam
Micro-contaminant control study – Evides, Rotterdam

Micro-contaminant control study – Evides, Rotterdam

In the last quarter of 2014 Evides contracted PWN Technologies to give direction to their research challenge about micro-contaminant control. This AOP scenario study led to several scenarios of which the most promising will be piloted by Evides. Pre- and post treatment are being recognized as being key in investigating…

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Pilot Study At Invercannie For Scottish Water UK
Pilot study at Invercannie for Scottish Water UK

Pilot study at Invercannie for Scottish Water UK

In July 2016, a 12-month pilot study was initiated at the Invercannie Water Treatment Works in Scotland. Scottish Water uses this site and source to test the SIX®-process initially. If successful, Scottish Water will most likely want to test others sources and sites as well. This pilot includes SIX®, ILCA®,…

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Joint Pilot Study Evaluation Norrvatten-Stockholm Sweden
Joint pilot study evaluation Norrvatten-Stockholm Sweden

Joint pilot study evaluation Norrvatten-Stockholm Sweden

This pilot study began in September 2016 at WTW Lövo of Stockholm Vatten, and investigates the use of SIX®, ozone, ILCA®, and CeraMac® membrane filtration for treating water from Lake Mälaren. This Lake is the biggest Lake in Europe and the main source for the drinking water utilities in the…

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Pilot Study For Water Corporation Australia
Pilot study for Water Corporation Australia

Pilot study for Water Corporation Australia

A pilot study began in early 2017 treating secondary effluent for a reuse application with ozone, ILCA®, and CeraMac® membrane filtration. Ozone demand will be evaluated, and finished water quality assessed. After some testing for this potential reuse application, the pilot will be relocated for a drinking water testing site.

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Desalination Pilot Study Tuas PUB, Singapore
Desalination pilot study Tuas PUB, Singapore

Desalination pilot study Tuas PUB, Singapore

A pilot study as pre-treatment to desalination was conducted in 2016. This study investigated the possible operational settings for CeraMac® with coagulation pre-treatment. CeraMac® treatment appears to be an excellent treatment system for desalination purposes. Water quality was monitored for suitability as pretreatment to downstream reverse osmosis.

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Sembcorp Pilot Study At Changi, Singapore
Sembcorp pilot study at Changi, Singapore

Sembcorp pilot study at Changi, Singapore

In the Fall/Winter of 2013/2014 a pilot study of ceramic membranes for treating secondary wastewater effluent was conducted at Changi Waste Water Treatment Plant facility. This study was used to support conceptual design efforts for a proposal for the expansion of the Changi NEWater facility of Singapore’s PUB. The pilot…

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