Emefcy’s MABR tech to help with Red Bull expansion in China

Emefcy Group and Shanghai Winner Environmental Technologies will develop a commercial wastewater treatment plant in China using MABR technology...

May 26th, 2017
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SHANGHAI, China - Emefcy Group has entered into a binding purchase agreement with Shanghai Winner Environmental Technologies to develop a commercial wastewater treatment plant in China for VOSS of Norway ASA.

Shanghai Winner was awarded the wastewater treatment project based on Emefcy’s Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) solution and its own engineering, procurement & construction capabilities.

VOSS, owned by Beijing-based Reignwood Group, is currently building a new water factory located in Shiyan in Hubei Province to support its rapid expansion in the fast-growing Chinese market, where Reignwood owns exclusive rights to Red Bull energy drinks and has a large distribution network.

The MABR wastewater treatment plant is expected to have a treatment capacity range of 40 m3/day and be commissioned by the fourth quarter of this year.

Under the terms of the binding purchase agreement, Emefcy team will provide the technical information (including process and instrument drawing (P&ID), process flow diagrams (PFDs), general layout, the requisite number of MABR modules and associated controls), enabling Shanghai Winner to assemble the plant.

Jack Zhang, Founder, chairman and chief technology officer of Shanghai Winner, said: “Emefcy’s MABR solution represents a new generation in wastewater treatment technologies. The combination of being able to achieve Class 1A quality effluent at 50% lower operating costs compared to other conventional treatment methods presents tremendous value for our clients and specifically VOSS.”

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