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    NEWater: Wastewater Treatment System Manufacturing Leaders

    Your Wastewater Treatment System Manufacturer NEWater has manufactured equipment to deal with all forms of wastewater, including industrial, domestic, and storm sewage. With an increasing rate of water pollution and destruction of natural water resources, it is essential for safe effluent to be returned into the water cycle and we guarantee that. Our equipments are manufactured with quality and efficiency in mind. We provide worldwide door-to-door delivery service!

    NEWater Brings for YouDiverse Water Treatment Systems

    Wastewater Treatment Plant

    We manufacture Wastewater Treatment Plant, which removes contaminants from wastewater to make it adequate for entry into the water cycle.

    Sewage System

    NEWater manufactures Sewage Systems employs physical, chemical, and biological means for treatment.

    Small Sewage Treatment Plant

    We manufacture Small Sewage Treatment Plants that can be customized for commercial or domestic use.

    Grey Water Treatment System

    Our Grey Water Treatment System treats water depending on the type and level of contamination present.

    Home Sewage Treatment Plant

    We provide Home Sewage Treatment Plants to help produce cleaner environmentally friendly residential building sewage.

    Packaged Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Our Packaged Wastewater Treatment Plant is used by individual-owned properties or small communities.

    Industrial Wastewater Treatment Systems

    We manufacture Industrial Wastewater Treatment Systems that are used specifically for harmful pollutants such as heavy metals.

    Residential Wastewater Treatment Plants

    Our Residential Wastewater Treatment Plants help you live a more environmentally friendly life.

    Municipal Sewage System

    We Manufacture Municipal Sewage Systems that are used for the treatment of industrial and domestic sewage.

    Your Water Treatment System in China

    NEWater’s Wastewater Treatment Systems are customizable according to the nature of your requirements and the organic compounds you need to be removed through wastewater treatment. We guarantee efficient machinery, based on an intelligent design, highlighted by our goal to protect the environment.

    Here at NEWater we have environmental protection and conservation of natural water resources our main priority and have strived to do so from the very beginning. And we are able to show our progress towards maintaining our promise through our environmental protection certifications.

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    Wastewater Treatment System Works

    NEWater Wastewater Treatment System Process

    The sewage passes through the inlet valve to the water tank and rises to the filtered water level line through the buffer distribution box partition and the AC speed-regulating motor drives the grid screen cylinder pass by the speed reducer.  The sewage passes through the inlet valve to the water tank and rises to the filtered water level line through the buffer distribution box partition.

    Exhausting and cleaning the grid at the same time, pollutants and fiber organic matter larger than the grid gap, the water content of the garbage after discharge from the grid to the slag hopper is 30%–50% lower than the original influent water filter.

    NEWater Wastewater Treatment System Features

    1. The equipment is composed of stainless steel and is corrosion-resistant. It has a compact structure, covers a limited area, and is simple to install. It can use direct expansion bolts, but it cannot do grooves. Tubes for inlet and outflow are available.
    2. Controlled by a control motor, the ideal functioning condition can be maintained based on the water flow.
    3. Special flusher device can brush away small amount of impurity on the surface of the paste on reseau, net tube after secondary rinse can achieve the best effect of qing gate, at the same time set up a flusher, will be attached to mesh the dirt to wash.
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    Wastewater Treatment System Applications

    NEWater Wastewater Treatment System Applications

    • Hotel, restaurant, and community sewage treatment recycling
    • Domestic sewage recycling in industrial and mining businesses, distant villages, sentries, tourist areas, and other areas.
    • All types of industrial sewage (identical to household sewage), including hospital sewage, pharmaceutical sewage, washing sewage, food sewage, and so on.

    How NEWater Ships Your Wastewater Treatment System

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    NEWater Mission:Bring New Life for Water

    NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.

    Production workshop

    NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.

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    The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.

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    Wastewater Treatment System from NEWater

    At NEWater we manufacture a Wastewater Treatment System for varying application areas ranging from municipal and domestic uses to treatment of industrial effluents. It involves three main stages. The first being the settling of waste material that is heavier, this material is held back and the water containing lighter waste material undergoes chemical and biological degradation to allow it to be safely discharged as an effluent, but it may further be processed to remove any harmful pathogens.

    Our Wastewater Treatment Plants are employed in a number of industries providing advanced and targeted treatment against pathogens. We use methods such as aeration, oxidation, and biofiltration to break down and remove harmful contaminants. Our Wastewater Treatment Plants will help you move towards preserving our environment!

    A dedicated team of customer service representatives is available to answer any queries you may have!

    The Ultimate FAQ Guide to Wastewater Treatment Systems.

    Wastewater treatment systems provide a reliable remedy to increasing organic loads in our environments. Diseases related to unhygienic water have significantly dropped thanks to the effectiveness of wastewater treatment systems.

    Through extensive research and utilization of modern technology, NEWater has managed to manufacture quality wastewater treatment plants that make our surroundings safer and cleaner. This article explores wastewater treatment systems and the role they play in our ecosystem.

    Figure 1 Compact wastewater treatment system.

    What is a Wastewater Treatment System?

    A wastewater treatment system is a water treatment plant that replaces wastewater with clean purified water in the ecosystem. Wastewater treatment systems use several treatment methods such as Membrane Bioreactor technology to eradicate extreme BOD, TDS, and TSS levels from wastewater.

    Wastewater treatment plants can be extravagant when it comes to power consumption. NEWater has specialized in the manufacture of energy-efficient wastewater treatment systems that are friendly to the environment.   Wastewater treatment systems are very resourceful when it comes to recycling thereby creating a greener and hygienic ecosystem.

    How do Wastewater Treatment Systems Function?

    Wastewater treatment systems operate by removing harmful pollutants, sludge, and organic matter, and dissolved objects from wastewater and reinstating appropriate oxygen levels in the water. For satisfactory results, wastewater treatment plants adhere to the following procedures.

    Pretreatment.

    A wastewater treatment system begins by screening large solids present in the wastewater. The pretreatment phase also regulates the inflow rate of the water thereby alienating organic matter like glass particles and sand.

    Aeration.

    Water screened in the pretreatment phase is then injected with oxygen for purification and preservation. Consequently, biodegradation occurs thus provoking the incorporation of organic matter. Lesser compounds of carbon dioxide and water

    Main Treatment.

    The main treatment stage involves disintegrating bigger solids using key devices. Subsequently, the disintegrated contaminants are deposited as sediments.

    Secondary Treatment.

    Secondary treatment supplements the main treatment process. Here, the remaining sludge and organic impurities that escaped the primary treatment are eliminated.

    Post-treatment.

    Post-treatment employs two techniques to eradicate microorganisms. Chlorination dosing is often deployed at this stage to eliminate harmful bacteria while ultraviolet light kills microorganisms via radiation.

    Applications that require high-quality water such as human consumption necessitate the use of RO systems or Ultrafiltration systems for effective purification.

    What are the Advantages of Using Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    Wastewater treatment systems play a crucial role in the well-being of our surroundings and consequently our health. Underneath are ways in which the ecosystem and its inhabitants benefit from wastewater treatment systems.

    • They reduce the risk of contaminating infectious diseases such as cholera and typhoid.
    • Contemporary wastewater treatment plants remove bad smells from wastewater.
    • They are relatively affordable to purchase and maintain.
    • They are extremely durable and have a life expectancy of up to 15 years.
    • They are effective and unwasteful.

    What is a Membrane Bioreactor?

    A membrane bioreactor (MBR) is a water treatment technology that incorporates membrane filters and organic/biological treatment. Membrane bioreactor technology uses membrane filtration to eradicate dissolved solids and organic matter from wastewater. On the other hand, the biological treatment removes organic and nitrogen components from the wastewater.

    Membrane bioreactors are based on two configurations, immersed membrane bioreactor technology, and side-stream membrane bioreactor technology. MBR is often preferred over MBR given it consumes less power and has a higher permeability.

    Membrane bioreactor technology currently exploits the following membrane configuration:

    Flat sheet.

    This is also referred to as the plate and frame. Flat sheet membranes are characterized by the manner in which the fluid flows.

    Here, the fluid flows towards the permeate from the coated membrane.

    Hollow fiber.

    In hollow fiber, the fluid flows towards the inner side from the outside.

    Multi tubular.

    Here, the fluid flows towards the shell-side from the lumen.

    Figure 3 Membrane bioreactor.

    How do Membrane Bioreactors Work?

    Membrane bioreactors function by treating water using the biological treatment and perforated membrane filtration. Each technology eradicates specified contaminants hence the high productivity rate of membrane bioreactors. The bioreactors are devised to eject nitrogen and living compounds while the membrane eliminates dissolved substances and biomass.

    For utmost treatment, ultrafiltration and microfiltration are deployed to eject suspended substances, bacteria, protozoa, viruses, and colloids respectively. The porosity range of MBR membranes is often between 0.005 microns to 0.4 microns.

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    What are the Advantages of Using Membrane Bioreactor Technology?

    Membrane bioreactor technology is currently the most utilized wastewater treatment technology by municipalities and related industries.  This is an indication of its superiority, efficiency, and dependability. Let us take a look at some of the advantages of using MBR technology.

    • The discharge of effluent is high quality.
    • The amount of sled emitted is significantly low.
    • MBR exhibits great volumetric loading scales.
    • There is less plant footprint.

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    Where is Wastewater Treatment Systems Applied?

    Wastewater treatment systems are continually gaining prominence in wastewater treatment industries and municipalities responsible for the same. The application of the effluent generated by wastewater treatment systems depends on the quality.

    The wastewater treatment plant’s effluent, for instance, can be directed towards farming land for irrigation. For more advanced applications such as swimming pools and human consumption, it is mandatory that the effluent be further treated with reverse osmosis systems or ultrafiltration.

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    What Types of Wastewater Treatment Systems Do You Produce?

    NEWater is a comprehensive manufacturer of wastewater treatment systems. We produce varying wastewater treatment plants to ensure our solutions cover all the necessary applications. Below are the different wastewater treatment systems you are guaranteed to get from NEWater.

    Sewage treatment systems.

    Sewage treatment systems are common in major cities or residential areas. They function by eliminating dissolved substances, organic matter, and debris from sewage water. Our sewage treatment plants utilize primary, secondary, and tertiary treatment processes to effectively treat sewage water.

    Effluent treatment systems.

    NEWater produces high-quality effluent treatment systems exclusively used to treat effluent from industries. Effluent treatment systems treat chemical discharges emitted by factories thereby mitigating the adverse effects they could have on the environment and its inhabitants.

    Figure 4 Effluent treatment system.

    Activated Sludge Systems.

    These systems are mainly used to digest organic pollutants from sewage water by deploying activated sludge. Activated sludge systems create biological flocs, which are clusters of biological substances grown with the help of dissolved oxygen.  Furthermore, activated sludge systems transform ammonia into nitrogen gas, which is innocuous.

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    How do I Select the Best Wastewater Treatment System?

    When you plan to purchase a wastewater treatment system for a factory or household application, you first need to understand the pollutants present in the wastewater. The following are other factors you should consider before purchasing a wastewater treatment system.

    • The legal requirements of the effluent.
    • The type of wastewater.
    • The power consumption.
    • The purchasing price and cost of maintenance.
    • Results of a treatability study.

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    What is the Price of a Wastewater Treatment System?

    The price of a wastewater treatment system is often a crucial consideration for most industries, organizations, or people looking at acquiring one. It is however difficult to establish the exact price of a wastewater treatment plant since they do not have fixed prices.

    The main determinants of wastewater treatment system prices revolve around the contaminants present in wastewater, the quality of discharge needed, and the design of the plant. Additionally, the price is often a culmination of the following:

    • The purchasing price of the equipment.
    • Shipping charges.
    • The installation cost.
    • Wastewater testing charges.

    NEWater has aided a lot of organizations and companies save up to 50% on costs related to wastewater treatment systems.

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    What is an Onsite Wastewater Treatment System?

    Onsite wastewater treatment systems refer to decentralized treatment plants common in residential homes and business centers. The main component of an onsite wastewater treatment system is a septic tank. Onsite wastewater treatment systems consist of the following:

    • A nearby source of wastewater.
    • An assemblage and storage unit.
    • A pretreatment chamber.
    • Post-treatment chamber.

    Onsite wastewater treatment system.

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    Where Can I Purchase a Quality Wastewater Treatment System?

    There are definitely multiple manufacturers and suppliers of wastewater treatment systems but getting a trusted provider can be difficult. NEWater is a renowned provider of water treatment solutions locally and internationally. For a period well beyond 15 years, we have made hundreds of standard and customized wastewater treatment plants sales.

    NEWater manufactures cost-efficient systems for residential, industrial, and commercial applications. Furthermore, we offer quality services such as installation and doorstep delivery to give our customers the ultimate customer experience.

    NEWater invites you to look at our wastewater treatment systems on our website. You can also contact us via email or phone for a more in-depth discussion.

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    What is the Average Capacity Range of Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    The capacities of wastewater treatment systems fundamentally vary depending on the scale of application. Municipal wastewater treatment systems have the capacity to effectively treat wastewater from connected homesteads and business complexes.

    NEWater has a standard mobile wastewater treatment system with a capacity range of 13,000 to 50,199 GPD. Industrial wastewater treatment systems have their capacities customized to suit their objectives. NEWater will tailor the capacity of your wastewater treatment plant to match your specifications.

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    What Contaminants Does a Wastewater Treatment System Eliminate?

    Wastewater can contain harmful chemicals or microorganisms, which may be harmful to the environment, human beings, domesticated and wildlife animals. It is therefore fundamental that the wastewater is appropriately treated before being injected into the ecosystem.

    Wastewater treatment systems are solely responsible for eliminating the following pollutants from wastewater.

    ●Debris.
    ●Colloids.
    ●Extreme BOD levels.
    ●Extreme TDS levels.
    ●Nitrogen.
    ●Protozoa.
    ●Bacteria and viruses.

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    How Effective is a Wastewater Treatment System?

    Agencies and organizations responsible for environmental conservation have set quality standards, which dictate the choice and application of WWTS. The effectiveness of a wastewater treatment plant is nonetheless contingent upon the treatment technology utilized.

    Membrane bioreactor technology is the most effective wastewater treatment mechanism given it eradicates biological contaminants, dissolved solids, and harmful chemicals. For elevated effectiveness, wastewater treatment plants can be supplemented with ultrafiltration or RO systems, which have desalination rates of up to 99%.

    We have wastewater treatment systems with varying treatment rates so as to meet the distinct objectives of various WWTS applications.

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    Can I Drink Water Produced by a Wastewater Treatment System?

    Wastewater is generally treated by wastewater treatment systems to remove harmful contaminants. The end-product however is not fit for human consumption. For drinking water to be generated, advanced filtration and purification are necessitated. Countries like Australia are already incorporating purified wastewater into their water supply chains.

    Figure 6 Drinking water.

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    Where Does Water Treat by a Wastewater Treatment System Go?

    Treated wastewater is generally redistributed into the environment. Environmental authorities regulate the application of treated wastewater. There are various ways you can opt to dispose of treated wastewater as long as it is within the stipulated guidelines. Another crucial variable in the disposal of treated wastewater is its quality.

    Considering the above factors, wastewater can be recycled into the ecosystem in the following ways:

    • Agricultural spray irrigation.
    • Disposed into surface water channels.
    • Disposed into the ground for absorption.

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    What is Biological Wastewater Treatment?

    Biological wastewater treatment is a natural wastewater treatment mechanism that relies on microorganisms like nematodes to initiate the decomposition of other organic matter. The resulting product is much easier and safer to dispose of.

    Often, biological wastewater treatment is carried out in either of the following processes.

    Aerobic process.

    Aerobic wastewater treatment is founded on the provision of oxygen to microorganisms such as bacteria that initiate the disintegration of biological waste in the wastewater.

    Anaerobic process.

    Unlike the aerobic process, anaerobic processes operate in surroundings devoid of oxygen and exploit bacteria to decompose organic compounds.

    Figure 7 Biological wastewater treatment.

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    What is the Quality of Water Generated by a Wastewater Treatment System?

    The primary objective of wastewater treatment systems is to generate more hygienic and safer wastewater free of contaminants that may harm the environment. Different local authorities and environmental bodies demand different effluent qualities.

    For high-quality effluent that poses no threat to the ecosystem and its inhabitants, wastewater treatment is done using several processes. The primary or initial treatment eradicates over 60% of harmful contaminants while the secondary treatment is 90% effective.

    This ensures that the quality of the effluent is up to the required standard and is friendly to the environment.

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    Is Stabilization Necessary in Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    Biological wastewater treatment results in organic substances settling at the base. Stabilization is the biological process behind the settling of organic matter. Both aerobic and anaerobic processes result in biological stabilization, which is often achieved by converting the organic matter into gases or cell tissues. Stabilization prevents pollution or environmental harm since the stable compounds formed provide oxygen.

    Figure 8 Stabilization ponds.

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    Do You Deliver Wastewater Treatment Systems Globally?

    NEWater has gradually established a global customer base in over 200 countries. We have also put in place dependable mechanisms to ensure we offer doorstep delivery to all our customers regardless of their geographical location.

    We will discuss with you the available shipping modes and their respective charges. As much as the delivery period is flexible, it takes around 5 to 10 tens to deliver smaller equipment. Big plants take longer, approximately 20 to 40 days to deliver.

    With NEWater, you do not have to travel or worry about your shipment since we deliver your equipment right at your doorstep.

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    Do You Test Wastewater Mean for Use in Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    NEWater is endowed with proficient technicians and quality wastewater testing equipment solely meant to help our customers understand the composition of their wastewater. Our wastewater testing, analysis, and technical consultation services are free.

    Wastewater testing enables our engineers to develop customized wastewater treatment solutions for specialized results. For inquiries on our wastewater testing and analysis services, do not falter to contact us.

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    How Much Power Do Wastewater Treatment Systems Consume?

    Wastewater treatment systems consume distinct amounts of energy depending on their size and design. It is estimated that a quality wastewater treatment system serving a population equivalent of a hundred thousand, will consume 20 kWh/PE. On the contrary, a wastewater treatment plant serving a population equivalent of ten thousand will use 45kWh/PE.

    Additionally, wastewater treatment systems incapable of eradicating nutrients have a lower power consumption rate. Ideally, wastewater treatment systems lacking anaerobic digesters have a much higher energy consumption rate.

    NEWater is continually exploring ways to make energy consumption efficient while elevating the productivity of your wastewater treatment system.

    Figure 9 Power consumption of wastewater treatment systems.

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    What Should I do if my Wastewater Treatment System Fails?

    NEWater offers lifetime repair services and free technical consultations to our water treatment solutions customers. In the unfortunate event where your wastewater treatment system fails, get in touch with NEWater for professional and quality aid.

    To aid our technicians to comprehend the malfunction better, you will be asked to provide detailed information on the equipment’s history and nature of the failure. Repairs done on warranty-protected plants are free.

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    How Can I Contact You on Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    NEWater is a wastewater treatment solutions provider always willing to listen to our customers. For technical consultation or simple inquiries, we have a customer support unit ready to help. Our customer service desk operates 24/7.  Here are some of the simple ways in which you can contact NEWater:

    Email: info@newater.com.

    Phone: +86-188-5927-50-56.

    Further and detailed contact information is available on our website. You can communicate effectively with us from the comfort of your office irrespective of your location.

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    Do You Produce Spare Parts for Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    NEWater is a leading manufacturer of standard and custom-built spare parts for different wastewater treatment systems. We produce plant components of superior quality and avail them to our global customer base at affordable prices.

    Our wastewater treatment plants’ spare parts include distribution systems, aeration tubes, motors, and filter regulators. We also offer doorstep delivery and installation services on our custom repair parts for wastewater treatment plants.

    Figure 10 Quality wastewater treatment plant spares.

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    Do You Help Install Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    For our domestic customers, NEWater can provide a team of technicians to help you set up your wastewater treatment system. Professional installation is often necessitated in huge wastewater treatment systems, which can be complex. Smaller machinery, however, can be done following our free user manual.

    We have mobile wastewater treatment systems such as containerized wastewater treatment plants, which do not require installation. They are delivered ready to commence wastewater treatment. In scenarios where NEWater is unable to provide physical installation assistance, we will provide well-illustrated video tutorials to guide you.

    Additionally, our installation experts can guide you via voice and video calls. For immediate help, kindly contact us.

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    What Services do you offer on Wastewater Treatment Systems?

    Our wastewater treatment system customers are entitled to various services that make the use of our equipment efficient and convenient. To begin with, we offer free wastewater testing, technical consultation, and analysis to aid you to choose the best equipment.

    Moreover, NEWater formulates a personalized wastewater treatment solution considering the standard requirements for effluent in your country. Once you purchase our wastewater treatment plant, you are awarded a one-year warranty period.

    We offer lifetime repairs and provide quality custom spare parts. Our delivery service is often door-to-door and serves both our local and overseas clients. To benefit from all these services, you only need to contact NEWater.

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    How Long Do Wastewater Treatment Systems Last?

    Wastewater treatment systems are bulky and pretty expensive equipment. This makes replacements costly and inconveniencing hence the need for durable wastewater treatment solutions. Fortunately, wastewater treatment plants have a great life expectancy stretching to over 15 years.

    The quality and quantity of service your wastewater treatment plant give you is fundamentally influenced by the maintenance you give it. Our wastewater treatment plants are made of stainless steel and rust-resistant materials to prevent premature damages from corrosion.

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    What Other Water Treatment Solutions do You Provide?

    For close to two decades, NEWater has been providing reliable and long-lasting water treatment solutions in China and overseas. Through research and a sufficient mastery of the water treatment industry, we are able to formulate affordable and resourceful water treatment solutions. Our dependable and highly productive water treatment solutions include:

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