Our breakthrough nanofiltration membranes enable robust and sustainable drinking water production from polluted surface or well water by removing color, TOC, humic acid, micropollutants, medicine residues, pesticides, PFAS and other pollutants in one single step. Large parts of the world are already in a water stressed situation, exacerbated by climate change. Therefore we need to start thinking about our water supply in different ways, unlocking new sources for drinking water production, such as polluted surface water or effluent from municipal wastewater treatment plants.
Globally, two in seven people do not have daily access to clean and drinkable water. However, safe and affordable water is essential for health and sanitation. With our breakthrough hollow fiber membrane technology we enable municipalities to purify their water supplies in a sustainable way. Our direct nanofiltration membranes offer the unique combination of a low fouling hollow fiber configuration with the ability to remove organics, turbidity, suspended solids, bacteria, viruses and chemicals such as PFAS from water in one simple step. Other than a simple strainer, no further pre-treatment is required. A unique solution for troubled water.
Find out more about how we facilitated a drinking water plant in Dumai - Indonesia
Read more about our applications for a municipal drinking water company in South East Asia.
Real all about our application to produce clean drinking water from the Mekong river in Vietnam
Read more about the KWR validation of our PFAS retention
Direct nanofiltrationSurface water treatment for drinking water and process water at a power plant in Sweden
Direct nanofiltrationDrinking water production from river water in Indonesia
Direct nanofiltrationNX Filtration to deliver pilot system to produce clean drinking water from the Mekong river in Vietnam