Tel Aviv, Israel, November 2011 – Aqwise, provider of advanced water and wastewater treatment solutions, will present its new technological developments during the WATEC 2011 Exhibition and Trade Fair in TelAviv,Israel – on November 15-17, 2011.
The company’s latest innovative solutions focus on the usage of Aqwise core AGAR® technolgy, based on Moving Bed Biological Reactor (MBBR), in two new and rapidly growing market segments – hybrid Anaerobic-Aerobic systems and biological drinking water treatment.
Biological drinking water treatment is a natural, cost-effective and sustainable solution, for treatment of polluted surface water, as well as various ground water contaminations (such as nitrates, perchlorates and organics). Aqwise technology will be implemented in a major project in the city of Agra in India, home of the famous Taj Mahal, providing drinking water from the contaminated Yamuna river, for over 2 million people.
In addition, Aqwise completed in the past year several new large scale wastewater treatment projects in various countries (such as Russia, Eastern Europe, Mexico and the US), municipal and industrial fields (such as a pharmaceuticals and petrochemicals), reaching over a hundred installations worldwide.
Aqwise continues to demonstarte a consistant and rapid growth trend in recent years – included a third consecutive year at The Guardian’s and The Cleantech Group’s “Global Cleantech100”, as well as a fourth consecutive year at Deloitte’s Israeli Fast 50 Technology Competition, and Deloitte’s Fast 500 Technology Competition for the EMEA region.
Aqwise will host visitors and delegaions from over 20 countries during the WATEC 2011 Exhibition and Trade Fair, which will also visit its Research & Development facilities and some of its local installations.