On May 8th PWN Technologies presented the most efficient and sustainable water treatment methods for the production of drinking water. This took place during an international water conference in Andijk, in the presence of representatives of national and international water industrialists. The newly built installation ‘Andijk III’ produces 120 million liters of drinking water per day and is especially designed to make water treatment more sustainable and efficient.
The installation makes use of innovations developed by PWN Technologies based on ion exchange (Suspended Ion Exchange: SIX®) and ceramic membrane filtration (CeraMac®). In combination with existing UV-peroxide technology and active carbon filtration these lead to a very robust and sustainable water treatment.
“This is a major step forward,” said Martien den Blanken, CEO of PWN water supply company in North Holland. “Andijk III is a new standard in treating difficult surface water.”