EnviroWater Group




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Manufacturing Equipment for ingots, wafers, raw material polysilicon, UMG, etc.
  • Engineering and design

Contact Information

+49 6154 69980
EnviroWater Group
In den Leppsteinswiesen 9
64380 Rossdorf, Germany
Individual company presentation

The EnviroWater Group combines the expertise of multiple companies to form a specialist network for sustainable water and wastewater treatment and processing and recycling. EnviroChemie and EnviroFALK are members of the EnviroWater Group and jointly exhibit their expertise in the solar industry for process water and wastewater treatment.

They have more than 20 years of experience in water technology for the solar industry. From quartz processing to wafer manufacturing (wafer fab) to cell line. More than 40 customers nationally and worldwide rely on EnviroFALK's high-purity water treatment plants and EnviroChemie's reliable wastewater treatment, as well as solutions for water and resource recycling.

Water is becoming an increasingly valuable resource. For this reason, environmentally harmful ingredients must be eliminated and water re­covered. The German experts plan, build, install and operate resource and energy efficient water and wastewater treatment plants. Precipitation and adsorption methods will be used, accompanied by methods involving the biological treatment of wastewater and membrane separation for recycling rinse water.

EnviroChemie and EnviroFALK continuously develop the technology lines for physico-chemical, biological and membrane separation water treatment, created in their own research department. Customer-specific solutions can be tested in the own technology centre or in pilot plants.

In terms of plant operation, they offer comprehensive services, operation management, contracting and water treatment chemicals. Particularly practical for plant operation and optimization are the services provided by the WaterExpert™ digital service platform, which gives operators a simple plant overview at any time.

EnviroWater Group delivers water technology that is "Made in Germany" throughout the world.

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