Industrial water market targeted by SUEZ Environnement investment

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SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT, through its subsidiary Degremont, has taken shares in Evatherm, a Swiss engineering company specialised in evaporation and crystallization technologies.

The two companies will develop solutions for water savings and zero liquid discharge (ZLD), by combining Evatherm’s experience in evaporation and crystallization with SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT’s capabilities in water and wastewater treatment.

The goal is to deliver high value-added solutions to the Oil & Gas, Chemical, Power and Mining industries.

Evatherm supplies evaporation and crystallization engineering services and equipment for producing high quality salts for the chemical and other industries.

The evaporation and crystallization technologies can be used in environmental applications to remove salt from effluents and result in solutions which achieve water recycling rates well above 90%.

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