Save water and energy
in your water treatment solution

The production of water is associated with varying degrees of water waste and energy consumption. Given that water treatment plays a pivotal role in numerous industrial processes, there could be unexplored opportunities to enhance water efficiency and lower energy consumption. This could be advantageous for both the environment and operation expenses.

High water recovery

Demineralised water is essential for a wide range of industrial processes. With the industry's increasing focus on sustainability and resource efficiency, EUROWATER has developed RO-PLUS. A reverse osmosis plant with a water recovery of up to 90%, minimising resource consumption without compromising reliability nor water quality.

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Reduced energy

High-efficiency pumps

Treating and transporting water requires energy. That's why EUROWATER uses Grundfos energy-optimised pumps as standard.

Grundfos is a world leader in manufacturing high-efficiency pumps. The pumps use advanced technologies such as variable speed control and frequency-controlled regulation to adapt to the current needs of the water treatment system.

In short, only the necessary energy is used to maintain stable and reliable operation.

1% drinking water for all of us!

Only about 1.2% of the fresh water on Earth can be used as drinking water. Therefore, it is crucial to prioritize the development of technologies that can help reduce water consumption and recycle wastewater.

At EUROWATER, our mission is to design water treatment solutions that are environmentally friendly and resource-efficient to support Sustainable Development Goals #6 (Clean Water and Sanitation) and #12 (Responsible Consumption and Production).

Water utilization

Minimizing water waste

A primary concern across various water industries is the efficient management of water resources. With a focus not only on minimizing wastage in the distribution networks, a growing number of water utility companies are also expanding their efforts to address water wastage at the production stage.

This is driven by the recognition that by treating and reusing backwash water from filters, it can be transformed into potable water once more. This innovative approach facilitates the optimal utilization of groundwater, achieving a 100% utilization rate.


Rainwater as primary source

A new suburb in Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city, is aiming to consume water in a more aware manner. 40% of the water consumption in the suburb is covered by rainwater harvesting.

Rainwater and drainage water are collected and treated at a secondary water treatment facility to meet the required quality standards for their intended use in toilet flushing and laundry.  

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Enable the green transition

Shared knowledge can be a roadmap to a greener future. State of Green is a Danish not-for-profit, public-private partnership focusing on enabling green transition of companies and organizations. EUROWATER is one of the 600 partners who put our knowledge at your disposal.  

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Let's save water and energy!

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