Industrial Water Management

Special features of industrial water management
  • Each type of (waste) water is different in terms of quantity and composition or required quality.
  • Customers need tailored, decentralized solutions.
  • Every industry has its own requirements.
  • Water, recyclables in wastewater and energy should be reused at best.
  • Processing methods must fit into the production process.
  • There are high demands on experience, quality, reliable operation and services.
Core topics of industrial water management
  • Resource- and energy-efficient water, wastewater and partial flow treatment – Sustainable concepts and technologies
    • Water and recyclable materials recycling
    • Energy from (waste) water
    • Optimization of resource consumption and lifecycle costs
  • Automation & Digitization – New Products & Services
  • Standardization & Modularization – Use savings and improvement potential
  • Contaminant removal
  • Sludge and residue treatment.
Objectives of the working group

The members of GWP come from all areas of water management and have a high level of competence. The objectives of this working group are to bundle and coordinate common topics and interests of the members with a focus on industrial customers. The goals at a glance:

  • Networking between the GWP network and politics and authorities at an international level
  • Support of member companies in terms of market access: international industry associations, general contractors, global players/industrial groups
  • Participation in events, trade fairs and delegation trips in order to focus about industrial water management
  • Taking up F & E topics such as Zero Liquid Discharge and Industry 4.0 or innovation programmes

The working group interacts with the GWP → regional sessions as well as the other GWP → working groups, which come into contact with the topic of industrial water management within the framework of the body.

Events

News & Information

UN World Water Day 2021: Valuing water

On 22nd March the United Nations call for the annual World Water Day. Under the motto “Valuing water”, the aim is to draw attention to the vital importance of water for people and how this resource can be protected.

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World Water Day 2021: Valuing water

The United Nations is calling for World Water Day. Under the motto “Valuing water” attention is being drawn worldwide to the vital importance of water for people and discussions are taking place on how this resource can be better protected. GWP and its international partners are participating with an online campaign.

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New at GWP: CERAFILTEC

The specialist for ceramic flat sheet membranes focuses primarily on non-European emerging countries. COO Miriam Sartor will explain which market …

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New at GWP: Pydro GmbH

The start-up company has set itself the goal of minimizing water losses and saving energy at the same time through …

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