Metawater is the largest Japanese supplier of ceramic membrane filtration systems and ozone generation systems for water and wastewater treatment. As a leading engineering company, Metawater supplies total water treatment solutions from R&D and planning to design, construction, operation and maintenance based on extensive experience acquired over a long history of drinking water and wastewater treatment. Metawater stands for economical and forward-looking technology. Combined with first-class and customer-oriented services, Metawater contributes to ensuring a healthy, stable and sustainable water environment in numerous applications worldwide.

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Shiroyama Trust Tower, 4-3-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku , Tokyo , 105-6029 Japan

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Water and Wastewater
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Internationally (various countries)
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Metawater is an environmental water engineering Company.

As the issues affecting the environments surrounding the world's water resources are becoming increasingly acute, there are growing calls for global-level action to tackle problems including water shortages and pollution. The 21st century has been coined 'the century of water.'

Even in Japan, we are transitioning into an era of water-related challenges, inclusive of: ensuring durability of water and wastewater treatment facilities, improving efficient operation and upgrading deteriorating facilities, seismic retrofitting of facilities and the implementation of various disasters prevention measures.

We at Metawater are stepping up to face these challenges and embody in our mission the following: to contribute to the construction and preservation of reliable and safe water environments; to pursue optimized solutions for the contemporary society and the world to tackle problems including the securing of water sources; to combating of global warming, to manage efficient usage of water resources and the prevention of disasters.

We ask for the continuing support of our stakeholders as we move forward in meeting these challenges.