Demonstrating the capabilities of Veolia Water Technologies in North America
89 case studies
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The first ZLD drinking water treatment plant located in Tracy, California.
The HPD® Evaporation system at the Alcan Gove G3 expansion required innovative process and mechanical engineering to achieve essential performance guarantees.
Veolia Water Technologies was chosen to replace the existing three evaporator trains that were currently in place at this facility with one very highly-integrated system.
When the Veracel pulp mill was in the early stages of planning, their primary goal was to become one of the most modern, productive facilities of it's kind in the world.
When the Dead Sea Works (DSW) expansion project was in the design stage, it was clear that it would be a large-scale and complex undertaking.
The storage of solid waste in controlled facilities implies a step forward in the protection of the environment. However, it has given rise to a related problem due to the generation of a highly polluted landfills.
Veolia was selected to provide the salt purification plant and caustic soda evaporation system for Shintech's new Plaquemine facility, supplied in a design-build basis.
Veolia Water Technologies was selected to supply the entire ZLD plant on a Design-Build project basis.
Critical to the planning and permitting of this facility was the source and utilization of water and the environmental impact of the station with respect to liquid emissions.