Bilfinger Water Technologies Protects The Great Lakes; Learn How In Booth 444 At WEFTEC 2013
Bilfinger Water Technologies will be showcasing the innovative ways it is protecting the Great Lakes, North America’s largest freshwater resource.
Vee-Wire® technology, computer modeling, pilot testing, and process optimization are just some of the methods being used by Bilfinger to protect the Great Lakes. Bilfinger Water Technologies is a provider of components and services in nearly all areas of water and wastewater treatment. The group of companies within the Bilfinger WT portfolio are Passavant Geiger, Roediger, Diemme Filtration, Airvac and most recently Johnson Screens. Systems include: passive intakes that filter out large debris and provide efficient flow while protecting fish and other aquatic species; Triton underdrains that optimize water and air flows leading to longer filter runs and reduced backwash cycles; and headworks for water and wastewater plants to safeguard more sensitive, downstream processes.
Under the umbrella of the Bilfinger Group, our international group of product brands brings together the services of 17 companies, with annual output volume of over €300 million, which is serviced by more than 2,000 employees. With the goal of establishing long-term partnerships, Bilfinger Water Technologies combines local presence, customer proximity and a strong service mentality - with an expertise and strength of an international group to meet our customer’s needs.
Visit booth 444 at the 2013 WEFTEC Exhibition, October 7-9, to learn more about the eight established water treatment brands that have become Bilfinger Water Technologies.
SOURCE: Bilfinger Water Technologies