The efficient and sustainable water treatment technologies of PWNT are discovered more and more globally by water utilities. They recognize that the advanced water treatment systems developed by PWNT, such as SIX® (PWNT’s suspended ion exchange process), CeraMac® (PWNT’s innovative and cost effective/competitive ceramic membrane filtration process) and ILCA® (PWNT’s inline coagulation adsorption process) can help solve their water quality challenges and meet their goals. 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 four large-scale (from 30 to 180 Mld) projects and more than 12 pilots globally.
Bonnycraig Water Treatment Works, ScotlandScottish Water (SW) selected PWNT’s CeraMac® filtration and Inline Coagulation and Adsorption (ILCA®) technologies for the construction of its new-build water treatment plant at Peebles, Scotland. The new plant replaces an…Read more
Hampton Loade Water Treatment Works, United KingdomThe United Kingdom’s South Staffs Water, a regulated clean-water company, serving 1.3 million people and 35,000 businesses, shall be upgrading its Hampton Loade Water Treatment Works using PWNT’s CeraMac®…Read more
Quellwasserwerk Sonnenberg of ewl energie wasser luzernThe first water treatment plant in Switzerland using PWNT’s CeraMac® system was officially opened on the 19th of October 2018. The plant, to be known as Quellwasserwerk Sonnenberg, was…Read more
Water Treatment Plant Choa Chu Kang Waterworks, SingaporeAfter an intensive demonstration-scale study of 18 months, PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency has put into service a 180 MLD CeraMac® water treatment plant at Choa Chu Kang…Read more
Mayflower Water Treatment Works of South West Water UKThe construction of the new £60 million state-of-the-art Water Treatment Works for Plymouth, started in April 2016, after an 18-month pilot study. It went into service in…Read more