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AQUATECH –CHINA, Shanghai 2011

Mon, Jun 13, 2011

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VALORSABIO’s advanced and innovative wastewater technology, the JET-LOOP SYSTEM was present this year at the AQUATECH –CHINA, in Shanghai.

The Prototype in exhibition attached visitor’s attention due to the fact that it was a running prototype, in transparent material, showing all advantages of a powerful aeration based on liquid motion kinetics: and that’s it, no compressors, no blowers, no diffusers. Just the water moving across mechanically static parts.

China Market for wastewater treatment is increasing due to the very fast growing economy and recent policies to implement environmental responsibility for Industries and all economic activities that generate wastewater.

VALORSABIO’s understanding of the market needs for reliable and economically affordable solutions for wastewater treatment was on the base of JET-LOOP SYSTEM development.

The Chinese water sector can now access this technology fully developed, by direct supply from SHANGHAI MEGAVISION ENGINEERING Company, now the exclusive and unique representative for VALORSABIO’s solutions for all China territories, provinces and special economic zones.

The JET-LOOP SYSTEM introduction in China will save an enormous amount of energy and will enable sewage treatment and also very difficult effluents from industrial sectors.

VALORSABIO’s advanced and innovative wastewater technology, the JET-LOOP SYSTEM was present this year at the AQUATECH –CHINA, in Shanghai.

The Prototype in exhibition attached visitor’s attention due to the fact that it was a running prototype, in transparent material, showing all advantages of a powerful aeration based on liquid motion kinetics: and that’s it, no compressors, no blowers, no diffusers. Just the water moving across mechanically static parts.

China Market for wastewater treatment is increasing due to the very fast growing economy and recent policies to implement environmental responsibility for Industries and all economic activities that generate wastewater.

VALORSABIO’s understanding of the market needs for reliable and economically affordable solutions for wastewater treatment was on the base of JET-LOOP SYSTEM development.

The Chinese water sector can now access this technology fully developed, by direct supply from SHANGHAI MEGAVISION ENGINEERING Company, now the exclusive and unique representative for VALORSABIO’s solutions for all China territories, provinces and special economic zones.

The JET-LOOP SYSTEM introduction in China will save an enormous amount of energy and will enable both sewage treatment as also effective treatment for very problematic effluents from industrial sectors.


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