Germany's Passavant-Roediger and Jordan's Aquanet form water treatment venture
German water treatment specialist Passavant-Roediger has joined forces with Jordan's Aquatreat to form an operation maintenance service company in the Kingdom for waste water and water treatment plants.
The newly established company will be headquartered in Amman and will offer its services in the Middle East and North Africa region. The joint venture will offer a complete range of consultation, operation and maintenance services in the treatment of drinking and industrial water, sludge and waste water, reported a press release.
AquaTreat Group is a Jordanian water and waste water treatment company, offering all aspects of the treatment and disposal of sewage and industrial effluents, and the treatment and disposal of all associated sludge as well as purification and desalination of water. The company's activities range from skid mounted water and wastewater purification plants to multi-million gallon custom built plants.
Passavant-Roediger has been in operation for more than a century. The company develops, manufactures and installs plants and machinery for the treatment of drinking and industrial water, waste water and sludge. — (menareport.com)
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