Jiaxing (China) is also recognized as a major participant in the Water Development Project
DuPont Water Solutions is named Water Technology Company of the Year In Global Water Awards Awarded May 9 in Berlin, Germany, for innovative solutions to sustainably address the world’s toughest water challenges. The awards recognize excellence in the international water industry in various categories and reward innovative initiatives in the fields of water, wastewater and desalination.
In addition to receiving the award, DuPont was recognized for its significant contribution to China’s Jiaxing Drinking Water Development Project for last year’s Water Project, sources from the multinational company said in a press release.
As part of the world’s largest drinking water nanofiltration (NF) plant, DuPont FilmTec nanofiltration membranes were used to address contaminants in municipal drinking water sources, enabling the use of a new raw water source. A model for China’s growing population.
We are extremely proud to be named Water Technology Company of the Year and to support our client in the Water Project of the Year, two accolades that recognize our team’s commitment to innovation and sustainable solutions to global water issues. and General Manager Alan Chan.
To increase the availability of safe and affordable water for domestic and industrial use, we need to change our mindset to recognize that all water has value and harness technologies to improve the circularity of all water. From bringing safe and clean drinking water to millions of people to reducing the environmental impact of industrial water treatment, our team is driven by our goals and we are very proud to be recognized by our peers,” said Alan Chan.
From wastewater to ultrapure water, DuPont’s innovative technologies help treat, conserve and reuse the most difficult treatment water, helping customers achieve their goals of water monitoring, recycling and waste reduction. ) emissions, add the same sources.
This is the case with DuPont’s FilmTech Prime RO, a new range of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes suitable for industrial applications that offer sustainable solutions to its customers. Prime RO elements require up to 20% less energy while improving permeate quality by up to 60%.
DuPont water technologies help purify 189 million liters of water every minute worldwide, enabling water reuse and recycling, desalination, and safe access to ground and surface water.
Wide product portfolio
DuPont provides solutions to a wide variety of water and sustainability challenges faced by industrial water users and municipalities in water treatment operations through the use of membranes, resins and systems (membrane osmosis (RO), ion exchange resins (IEX), ultrafiltration (UF), Electrodeionization (EDI), nanofiltration (NF), membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems, membrane aerated biofilm reactors (MABR) and closed circuit reverse osmosis (CCRO).
In addition to innovating sustainable water solutions, DuPont works with customers, governments, NGOs and thought leaders to help find a variety of solutions that provide safe, affordable and abundant water supplies now and for generations to come. For water operators worldwide, DuPont maintains more than 100 hours of training to ensure the most efficient treatment and use of water in its operations.
In partnership with Water Equity, DuPont recently joined a joint investment in the Water Resilience Coalition (WRC) with other companies to increase access to safe drinking water and sanitation for 5 million people in Asia, Africa and Latin America. DuPont supports the Economic Impact on Water Index in Cities, helping cities improve urban water systems to ensure safe, reliable water supplies and sustainable access to water now and in the future.