The 30 000 m3/day wastewater recycling facility will supply recycled water to the chemical plants based at the nearby industrial park.
“Recycled water is becoming a very important alternative water resource given the current water shortages, especially in the North Eastern China. A cost effective supply of good quality recycled water is vital to the fast growing industralisation and it is beneficial to the government, local community and industries as a whole,” said Dr Lin Yucheng, chairman and CEO of United Envirotech.
“We have established track records in wastewater recycling using advanced membrane technologies. Our Continuous Membrane Filtration (CMF) and Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) technologies, which are able to treat wastewater and produce high grade recycled water in a single step, are the cost effective technologies available for wastewater recycling. We believe UEL is well positioned to leverage on the many more wastewater recycling opportunities available in China and overseas.”