Our UK and European manufacturing and distribution centres are located for easy access to transportation links across the world.
Our state-of-art facilities provide the space to manufacture, assemble and test large water treatment plants, all constructed to ISO 9001 standards. We encourage our customers to visit as the plant is being constructed to carry out testing and training. We carry out as much user acceptance testing as possible on site, so that installation is as straightforward as possible.
- Wet test and welding facilities
- Full factory acceptance testing
- Training areas
- Customer viewing platforms
- A large distribution area, holding a large range of consumable stock items
- Plant storage
We’ll also house entire mobile containerised systems on site, whilst plants are being constructed, and we have the capacity to run several large projects simultaneously.
Customers welcome the peace of mind that comes from being able to see a comprehensive 3D model, followed by real time monitoring of the plant being built.
The Envirogen installation team: capable and experienced in water technology and process filtration
We’re proud of our installation engineers and our team boasts some of the most experienced specialist water process engineers in the industry. Our expert engineers use tried and tested systems to design smart, adaptable and flexible systems. They are well practiced in installing large-scale bespoke systems seamlessly with existing technology, and with minimal impact on live operations.
Care is taken to adhere to the original design and agreed solution, and full commissioning and operator training takes place before our engineers leave site.
Case Study: Recycled water grows new product line for leading global beverage producer
Maintaining a reliable and sustainable water supply is one of the key challenges for beverage producers, especially when downstream processing takes place at production sites. A bespoke water recycling system, designed and built in the UK, is recycling 65% of process water at one producer’s African site, directly resulting in an innovative new green tea.
The producer is one of the world’s largest suppliers of tea and tea extracts and required a bespoke solution to a unique problem. Our solution was delivered with minimal impact on site – systems were built, tested and commissioned in the UK before shipping to East Africa.
Our client is pleased with Envirogen’s approach to solving this problem, highlighting that:
“We wanted to achieve a water saving rate of 55% and the system delivers 65%, which far exceeds client expectations. But not only are we saving water, we are also saving on our heating charges as the energy extracted by the heat exchanger is being used to heat the incoming and recycled water needed for the blanching process. The system is helping us to achieve our high sustainability targets. We want to have as little impact as possible on the environment surrounding our farms and processing plants, and saving water is an important element in this. Simply put, without this recycling plant it just wouldn’t be possible for us to supply this new product to market.”