Induss offers innovative solutions to Carpathian Water Utilities

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Last week representatives of Induss visited the Ivano-Frankivsk region.
“There are still some opportunities in this region for those with expertise and enterprising ideas” says Ivan Geilenkotten, chairman of Induss.

Induss spoke to delegates from three Vodokanals, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kolomyia and Kalush.
We discussed the topic of the moment: investment in infrastructure in the field of water supply and water purification. In many water treatment plants, much of the equipment available does not operate properly. The design of such treatments plants is often not in accordance with techniques capable of improving the performance of the treatment process, which means that they are under-utilized and inefficient.

Ukrainians regard Induss as an enrichment and a perspective for their future upgrade of the water treatment plants. The people in Western Ukraine want to be part of an European future.

“It was a pleasure to get to know these hospitable people and to exchange our expertise” says Ivan Geilenkotten, chairman of Induss.

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Kalush (in Russian language)

The collaboration with Induss enables us to reduce our carbon footprint. Transparency in our partnership is also the key for better cost control of water and steam.
Johan Rousseau
plant manager, Eastmann
We sustainably reduced our demin water cost
Thanks to Induss’ full examination and mapping of my various water needs, I now receive guaranteed quality and secured delivery of industrial water for my production line and that at a fixed price for a full contract length.
Bart Vervenne
Plant Manager, Alco Bio Fuel