Under the umbrella of the H+E GmbH company, based in Stuttgart, Germany, 12 companies are now merging into one of the leading plant manufacturers for industrial water treatment, wastewater treatment and water recovery.
The engineering and service team, in addition to the German H+E GmbH as its headquarters, also has a global network in 10 countries. The restructured group is bundling its technology portfolio in plant engineering, while its intercultural expertise is being strengthened.
The H+E engineers have been developing reliable and sustainable water treatment and purification plants worldwide for more than 80 years. These enable, for example, the production of process water as well as ultrapure water, the desalination of sea water and treatment of wastewater. The goal of virtually wastewater-free production is realised with various recycling technologies – known as Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) or Minimised Liquid Discharge (MLD) – whereby the company relies on innovative technology that is ‘engineered in Germany’.
The H+E experts implement their planned plants locally with regional companies. This makes it possible to adapt to local circumstances and guarantee a suitable price level in the customer’s country. The process technologies for water treatment range from thermal and chemical-physical, to membrane filtration to biological-anaerobic and biological-aerobic processes. The H+E technologies are tailored to eight key sectors and their respective manufacturing processes: semiconductor and solar, food and beverage, pulp and paper, power plants, chemicals, mining, oil and gas, and pharmaceuticals.
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