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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Who was Florence Nightingale?

    Who was Florence Nightingale?

    The person behind the moniker attributed to the wave of new hospitals constructed to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic is a remarkable figure in British history.Born on 12 May 1820, Florence Nightingale, long depicted as a saintly nurse who saved thousands of lives, was a much more complex character than this. In fact, she was a mathematical genius who used her talent to strategise healthcare and ...

News

  • Restoring lab water supply to hospitals in Wuhan, China

    Restoring lab water supply to hospitals in Wuhan, China

    Hubei Provincial Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine contracted Veolia Water Technologies for emergency support when one of their lab water treatment equipment malfunctioned on February 6, 2020. The hospital is one of the ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Metering System for Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC)
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    Metering System for Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC)

    5-50 kg/h of dry PAC with a re-dilution of 3-5 m3/h and a final concentration of max. 1%. Conventional waste water treatment cannot adequately remove trace elements, such as medication or cosmetic residue from the waste water. This is particularly effective using the complete system for the precise metering of powdered active carbon (PAC).