GLOBAL WATER & ENERGY (GWE), is industrial wastewater treatment, water reuse, and green energy solutions provider to the global marketplace. To that end, GWE offers state-of-the-art technologies to assist industries and private owners in their efforts to grow while reducing the costs of doing business. From some of the world’s leading anaerobic wastewater treatment and organic waste-to-energy processes to a variety of top-of-the-line aerobic technologies, GWE has one of the most extensive portfolios of technology for industrial wastewater management, water reuse, and renewable energy generation/utilization. With hundreds of worldwide installations and over 40 years of application experience, we can tackle the toughest wastewater and organic waste-to-energy problems. We can provide design, technology, and services packages for any of our proprietary technologies, or if desired, complete turnkey services including complete design, construction, and installation of the entire system.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Water and Wastewater - Water Treatment
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
- Year Founded:
- $10,000,000 US - $100,000,000 US
Today’s industry recognizes that sustainable environmental practices like waste minimization, energy conservation, and the protection of water resources are all part of an efficient, cost-effective production operation. Waste recycling, water reclamation and reuse, and the use of renewable energy sources are quickly becoming the standard in most industries to both reduce the environmental impact of their facilities and to improve their own bottom line. Stricter discharge limits and increasing energy costs are forcing many to look for new solutions to old problems.
To that end, GWE offers state-of-the-art technologies to assist industries in their efforts to grow while reducing the costs of doing business. From some of the world’s leading anaerobic wastewater treatment and organic waste-to-energy processes, to a variety of top-of-the-line aerobic technologies, including membrane bioreactors and biological nutrient removal systems, GW&E has one of the most extensive portfolios of technology for industrial wastewater management and renewable energy generation/utilization.
GWE provides reliable, proven technology. With hundreds of existing installations, we have the knowledge and experience to make every project a success. Our team of experts includes some of the pioneers of modern industrial wastewater treatment technology, allowing GW&E to provide custom, individual solutions that best suit our clients’ needs.
From clean water to renewable energy, GWE is the new source for environmentally sound solutions for the industrial marketplace. We are committed to contributing to our clients’ success and we are fully committed to a sustainable tomorrow.
- a wide portfolio of technologies for industrial wastewater treatment and bio-waste-to-energy applications
- decades of application experience and hundreds of installations
- experts and world leaders in each field we work in
- master of multiple treatment technologies for wastewater and slurries
- adapting the solution to the problem by choosing the best technology for each individual case
- providing innovative solutions and constantly developing new approaches and methods of problem solving
GW&E has experience in treating and generating energy from wastewater, from a wide variety of industries, including:
Food & Beverage
- Soft Drinks & Juice
- Potato & Food Products
- Polyester Chain
- Paints & Pigments
Pulp & Paper
- Recycled Paper
- P&p From Straw, Etc
- Palm Oil
We offer complete wastewater evaluation and/or treatability services for different wastewaters and slurries, to determine the suitability of various treatment technologies.
GW&E also has extensive experience with “biogas” or “organic waste-to-energy” plants, utilizing a variety of organic residues, such as:
Pulp & Peels
- Tapioca Industry
- Municipal Sludge
- Industrial Waste
- Food Industry
- DAF Sludge
- Dairy Cow
- Corn (Non-food)
Municipal Solid Waste
- Organic Fraction of MSW
- Restaurant Wastes
- Supermarket Wastes
- ...combinations of the above