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Fluence secures water treatment contracts in the Philippines and Argentina

Published 01 March 2018

Fluence has secured orders to supply its decentralized water treatment solution NIROBOX in the Philippines and Argentina.

Commenting on the continued expansion of Fluence’s NIROBOX solution, the Company’s Managing Director and CEO Henry Charrabé said: “Fluence’s decentralized treatment solutions continue to provide fast, effective options for production of potable water around the globe.

"Our entry into the Philippines with commissioning undertaken one week after order receipt, and further growth in Argentina, clearly show the increasing global reach of the NIROBOX family of water treatment solutions, as well as the versatility of treatment options available from Fluence.”

Further growth in South East Asia, with Philippine market entry

In the Philippines, Fluence provided a Nirobox SW (seawater) unit to a new resort facility, to produce 1,000 m3/day of desalinated, potable water for consumption. The unit was installed and operating within one week of receiving the order.

This unprecedented commissioning timeline provided the resort an immediate, independent and reliable drinking water source. In addition, the highly compact seawater reverse osmosis (RO) pre-packaged system, which utilizes advanced membrane technologies including energy recovery features, saves the resort physical space and reduces its energy consumption.

Further growth in South America

In Argentina, Fluence will provide its first two Nirobox BW (brackish water) units in South America to the Municipality of Berazategui, in the province of Buenos Aires.

These brackish water treatment units will be installed in the industrial zone surrounding Buenos Aires and will supply 1,500 m3/day each of potable drinking water to two areas where residents currently only have access to highly polluted well water. The custom-designed units, which include advanced RO and ultra-violet (UV) filtration technology, are expected to be built, delivered and commissioned in under 5 months.

Source: Company Press Release