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HELBARRON, France (64)

18 200 m3/day – Origin : Surface - Application : Drinking water

La Nivelle plant supplies 3 communities (St Jean de Luz, Ciboure and Urrugne). In beginning of 2015, it renewed its modules in polytethersulfone..

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ANNECY, France

57,600 m3/day – Origin : Surface water - Application : Drinking water

125,000 inhabitants of Annecy appreciate the quality and softness of the water.

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L’APIÉ, France

25,000 m3/day – Origin : Dam water - Application : Drinking water

Responding to the twofold increase in drinking water consumption during the summer period and to the development of the Cannes-Grasse region.

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MOSCOW, Russia

275,000 m3/day – Origin : Surface water - Application : Drinking water

The biggest plant in Europe supplies a million people and every day treats as much as 275,000 m3 ultrafiltered water.

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SAINTES, France

24,000 m3/day – Origin : Karstic water - Application : Drinking water

The Diconche plant supplies drinking water to 130,250 Charente-Maritime inhabitants.

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland

40,000 m3/day – Origin : Surface water - Application : Drinking water

Ultrafiltration established itself as the best technology for the treatment of water from Lake Geneva, and has been integrated to optimum effect into its environment.

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ANGERS, France

120,000 m3/day – Origin : Surface water – Application : Drinking water

Angers and the surrounding communes are supplied with water originating from the Loire River.

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LE LHERM, France (31)

24,000 m3/day – Origin : Surface water – Application : Drinking water

The SIECT, convinced of the importance of ultrafiltration, decided that the new facility would benefit from refining membranes, thus guaranteeing consumers the production of a superior water quality standards in force.

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