A whole world, sustained.
At Nordic Water, we are passionate about what we do. We know how important it is. Many people take clean water for granted and assume there is an unlimited supply available. Unfortunately, that’s not true. In global terms, clean water is a scarce commodity. But it doesn’t have to be that way. If we look after the water we have in the best possible way, we can make sure there is enough for everyone.
Standards of drinking water quality vary all over the world, but at Nordic Water we always strive to meet the most stringent requirements. The growing global population is also increasingly driving up demands in terms of water treatment capacity and efficient use of space. Our products therefore offer you maximum effectiveness over a minimal area. What’s more, thanks to their durability, reliability and energy-efficiency, they do this for a low overall cost.
Waste water varies from place to place, which is why we provide flexible products that offer you plenty of versatility in all areas of a waste water treatment plant. They are also efficient enough to cope with the challenges of the future as the global population grows, space becomes increasingly scarce and ever-stricter requirements are placed on us to ensure that we can maintain and improve the quality of the world’s lakes, seas and rivers.
Our products for industrial applications are used across various industries both for raw water treatment and recirculating processed water and for waste water treatment. Thanks to a combination of effective, energy-efficient technology and compact, reliable design, we can offer you market-leading solutions for use in areas such as the food and steel industries, paper mills and airports.
Our primary treatment products can often be used as a substitute for sedimentation. You can therefore save both space and money that would otherwise be spent on building a settling tank. The products are suitable for treatment plants or industrial applications and, thanks to their effective filters, you can achieve the same – or even better – results as you would with sedimentation.