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Wabag offers sustainable water and wastewater management for the downstream industry


Wabag offers sustainable water and wastewater management for the downstream industry

WABAG offers optimum and comprehensive solutions to complete the industrial water cycle for the oil & gas industry. The company will present its solutions at the Downstream Central Asia and Caspian conference in Tashkent (19-20 Oct 2022)

WABAG is one of the world‘s leading companies in design, construction and operational management of water and wastewater treatment plants, with 98 years of experience in the field, with a focus on sustainable solutions such as water recycling and water reuse.

As a technology leader, it is able to provide innovative solutions, which are tailor-made to meet specific requirements, as well as to overcome new challenges to the benefit of our customers and of the environment.

WABAG has three in-house R&D centers and holds 125+ IP Rights. Since 1995, WABAG has completed 1,460 water and wastewater plants worldwide. Through the conservation and ecological use of the world’s most valuable resource, WABAG has made a sustainable contribution to the improvement of the quality of life for over 230 million people and can support more than 555 industrial facilities.

Find out more about our complete water solutions for the oil & gas industry:

  • Raw water treatment
  • Process water treatment
  • Effluent treatment
  • Produced water treatment
  • Water recycling & reuse

More information about complete water treatment solutions for Oil & Gas on the Wabag YouTube channel

WABAG has successfully implemented a large number of projects for the oil and gas industry, meeting the different requirements of refineries, petrochemical plants as well as oil production.

To ensure a continuous industrial water supply, it has installed raw water treatment plants for various types of raw water - seawater desalination plants as well as multi-stage treatment plants for e.g. lagoon water or river water as well as further treatment systems for the production of boiler feed water, cooling water, process water, etc.

For the treatment of the different streams of wastewater produced during processing, WABAG offers specific treatment schemes for environmentally - friendly discharge as well as for recycling and reuse.

Expertise in Water Recycling in the Oil & Gas Industry - for enhanced water availability

Over the past 20 years, WABAG has installed 17 plants for sustainable water recycling for refineries and petrochemical plants to close the water cycle and increase the availability of industrial water while protecting natural water resources. This allows more than 350,000 m³/day of water to be recycled and saved in the Oil & Gas industry alone.

In total, our water recycling and reuse plants enable us to reclaim and save more than 2.7 million m³/day of water every day.

These advanced and tailor-made treatment plants include various treatment steps employing proven and advanced technologies, depending on the individual requirements. The majority are equipped with ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis as high-end technologies.

Visit Wabag stand at the “Downstream Central Asia and Caspian” Conference, in Tashkent, from 19th to 20th October 2022!

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WABAG Water Services SRL
Address: Dimitrie Pompeiu Blv., Nr. 6E
020337, Bucharest – Romania
Tel: +40 371 604 200
E-mail: office@wabag.com

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