GLOBAL PROJECTS

From research and efficient designs, to the realization of full-scale plants. We enjoy to learn, share knowledge and explore the best options available with our international partners and clients.

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 PWN Technologies’ 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 has a capacity of 5,000 m3 per…

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180 MLD CeraMac® Plant For PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency
180 MLD CeraMac® plant for PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency

180 MLD CeraMac® plant for PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency

PWNT has been assigned to build a 180 MLD CeraMac® water treatment plant at Choa Chu Kang Waterworks (CCKWW) for PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency. This plant will be operational in 2018 and will be one of the largest ceramic membrane plants for drinking water treatment in the world. UGL…

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PWNT Assigned To Build The New Water Treatment Plant For South West Water UK
PWNT assigned to build the new water treatment plant for South West Water UK

PWNT assigned to build the new water treatment plant for South West Water UK

After a successful pilot of 18 months, PWNT has been assigned to build the new North Plymouth Water Treatment Works for South West Water (UK). This new plant will have a capacity of 90 MLD and combines suspended ion exchange (SIX®), inline coagulation adsorption (ILCA®) and ceramic membrane microfiltration (CeraMac®).…

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CeraMac® Pilot – Melbourne Water, Australia
CeraMac® Pilot – Melbourne Water, Australia

CeraMac® Pilot - Melbourne Water, Australia

PWN Technologies participated in a study funded by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence (AWRCoE), and led by Victoria University. The study evaluated the efficacy of ozone in conjunction with ceramic membranes for water reuse over a 12-month period, with PWN Technologies supplying the membrane pilot plant and technical…

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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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CeraMac® Pilot – Manitowoc Public Utilities, USA
CeraMac® pilot – Manitowoc Public Utilities, USA

CeraMac® pilot - Manitowoc Public Utilities, USA

The Manitowoc Public Utilities (MPU) located in Wisconsin in the United States, treats surface water from Lake Michigan. The existing 31 MGD Water Treatment Plant (WTP) uses a polymeric membrane system to remove all suspended matter including cryptosporidium oocysts (Milwaukee Crypto outbreak in 1993 initiated absolute barriers for crypto). MPU…

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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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