BWT Denmark, former HOH Water Technology, was established in 1975 and holds strong skills in advanced water treatment. In Denmark we have our own production facility with specialization in membrane and ion exchange technology. Besides the production of standardized systems, we offer to engineer and produce customised large-scale projects. We are characterised by creative and unique solutions of high quality. We want to provide financially and environmentally optimized projects with the best water quality according to the customer’s needs. BWT in Denmark is today a part of the group BWT – Best Water Technology. BWT is Europe’s leading company within water treatment technologies. We employ more than 200 people and have +€50 million yearly turnover in Scandinavia.
Maersk Peregrino is the most expensive and advanced vessel ever built by Maersk. It is a floating oil refinery supporting the surrounding oil platforms in the Atlantic. In addition to providing a desalination plant, BWT designed and installed a complete multiple-stage water treatment system to meet the specific needs of the vessel. The desalinated water […]
All public water supplied in the Seychelles is desalinated water. The Public Utilities Corporation operates four waterworks, supplying drinking water to more than 80,000 inhabitants and 200,000 visitors. BWT has installed seawater desalination plants in all local waterworks. The four desalination systems combined produce 13,000 m3 of clean drinking water per day. The Malé Water […]
Highly energy-efficient membrane technology Best Water Technology Denmark (BWT) are experts in seawater desalination and have more than 30 years experience in engineering, producing and installing desalination systems and customised water treatment solutions for all kinds of applications. All BWT’s membrane desalination systems are produced at our production facility in Denmark. Our experienced service engineering […]
The global trends of urbanisation, population growth and increased welfare challenge cities all over the world. This white paper shares methods of how water utilities can improve water quality, increase resource efficiency and ensure uninterrupted service to customers.