Contern, 10 August 2011 – His first official visit to Epuramat led Luxembourg’s Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade Jeannot Krecké yesterday to Contern, Luxembourg. Following the invitation of Epuramat CEO Bogdan Serban he visited the cleantech company. The current order for several containerized wastewater treatment plants by a Canadian customer was the focus of attention.
“I am delighted that a Luxembourgish business idea has found such favor internationally and together with Epuramat I am proud of the company’s development within the recent years”, the Minister favors the dedication of Epuramat.
Bogdan Serban, Epuramat CEO, pointed out the benefits and unique features of Epuramat’s proprietary technology for efficient wastewater treatment. “Box4Water is a complete wastewater treatment plant in a very compact design. The containers are mobile and characterized by their low energy consumption without need for chemicals. The current re-order of several Box4Water for remote Canadian working sites proofs that Epuramat has found niche markets for its product,” said Serban.
During the tour around the Epuramat facility on the premises of Chaux de Contern, the Minister also met some employees of the company and was informed about the remote control option of the containerized wastewater treatment plants via mobile phone or satellite. Thus the Box4Water can even be monitored and controlled by a specifically programmed “app” via smartphone.
Founded in 2005 in Luxembourg, Epuramat S.A. is a specialist and pioneer in innovative water and wastewater treatment solutions. Its patented ExSep® (Extreme-Separator) pre-treatment solution uses fluid dynamics, with no moving parts, to separate solid matter from liquid, enabling wastewater to be more easily and more efficiently processed or recycled. Epuramat systems can be used in a variety of municipal and industrial applications, including treating wastewater from remote communities for direct discharge into open surface water; separating oil from water; treating industrial water for re-use; and treating digestate wastewater resulting from biogas production. The Epuramat plants are currently in operation in Europe, the US and Canada.
For more information, see www.epuramat.com
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