Steinen/Hanover. More and more industries are profiting from wastewater-free production. This not only protects valuable fresh water resources, but also saves money. The innovative VACUDEST vacuum distillation systems will be presented by H2O GmbH's experts for wastewater-free production at the EMO trade fair in Hall 7, Stand E60. The world's leading trade fair for metalworking will take place from the 16th to 21st of September in Hanover.
H2O GmbH based in Steinen in Baden specializes in the high-quality treatment of industrial wastewater. No matter whether it is oil-containing wastewater from metal processing or rinsing water from surface technology processes - thanks to patented innovations, wastewater from a wide variety of processes is treated safely and efficiently. In contrast to classical treatment processes, the quality of the purified water is so good that it can be reused in the production process. This ensures that the production process is wastewater-free and that no residual impurities are released into the environment.
This sustainable recycling reduces disposal costs by up to 98 percent and also conserves valuable fresh water resources. This means that the investment in a VACUDEST vacuum distillation plant usually pays for itself in less than two years.
Interested parties can find out more about sustainability, efficiency and profitability with VACUDEST systems at the EMO in Hanover or on the company`s homepage: www.h2o-de.com.
About H2O GmbH – H2O GmbH nowadays forms part of the worldwide most experienced experts in the sustainable treatment and recirculation of industrial wastewater. With its efficient and safe VACUDEST vacuum distillation systems they achieve wastewater-free production for customers in more than 50 countries throughout the world.
Since the spin-off from Mannesmann Demag in 1999 H2O has, as an owner-operated company, been able to gain a growing number of loyal customers. More than 100 employees contribute to achieving this high customer satisfaction level from the headquarters in Steinen in south Germany and in the subsidiaries in Switzerland, Poland and China.