Water Technology Company of the Year award DuPont Water Solutions
WILMINGTON – DuPont Water Solutions was recognized as the Water Technology Company of the Year for developing sustainable solutions to the most pressing global water concerns presented at the Global Water Awards.
In addition to winning this prize, DuPont was acknowledged for making a substantial contribution to the winning Water Project of the Year award—the Jiaxing Drinking Water Upgrade Project in China. DuPont’s FilmTecTM nanofiltration membranes were used in the largest nanofiltration (NF) drinking water plant in the world to remove pollutants from municipal drinking water sources, enabling access to a new raw water source, enhancing Jiaxing’s water security, and providing a fresh approach to China’s expanding population’s water needs.
“We are extremely honored to be named Water Technology Company of the Year and stand with our customers in support of the Water Project of the Year—both honors recognizing our team’s dedication to innovation and sustainably solving global water challenges,” Alan Chan, vice president and general manager, DuPont Water Solutions, said in a statement. “To increase the availability of safe, affordable water for both domestic and industrial use, we need to shift our mindsets to realize that all water has value—and leverage technologies to optimize the circular nature of all water. From bringing safe and clean drinking water to millions of people to minimizing the environmental impact of industrial water treatment, our team is driven by our purpose and very proud to be recognized by our peers.”
DuPont’s inventive technologies enable clients to achieve their objectives for water stewardship, circularity and waste reduction, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction by purifying, conserving, and reusing the toughest to treat water, from wastewater to ultrapure water. For instance, DuPont’s FilmTecTM Prime RO is a new line of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for industrial applications that offers its clients sustainable solutions. Prime RO elements can improve permeate quality by up to 60% while using up to 20% less energy. For additional information on how DuPont has assisted both municipal water producers and industrial water users in achieving their objectives for water stewardship and access, visit the company’s most current 2023 Sustainability Report.
More than 50 million gallons of water are purified every minute by DuPont’s water technologies, which also enable desalination, reuse, and safe access to both ground and surface water. DuPont offers solutions to a variety of water and sustainability challenges faced by industrial water users and water treatment municipalities through a broad portfolio of membranes, resins and systems (including reverse osmosis (RO) membranes, ion exchange resins (IEX), ultrafiltration (UF), electrodeionization (EDI), nanofiltration (NF), membrane bioreactor systems (MBR), membrane aerated biofilm reactors (MABR), and closed-circuit reverse osmosis (CCRO) systems).
DuPont is collaborating with customers, governments, NGOs, and thought leaders to find a wide range of solutions to enable a safe, cheap, and sufficient water supply now and for future generations. This work is in addition to developing sustainable water solutions. DuPont maintains 100+ hours of training for international water operators to guarantee the most effective treatment and use of water in their operations. DuPont recently joined the Water Resilience Coalition (WRC), in partnership with WaterEquity, in a collective effort to expand access to clean water and sanitation for 5 million people in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In order to assist cities in better delivering sustainable access to water and safe, dependable water now and in the future, DuPont also supports the Economist Impact on the City Water Index.
The 2023 Global Water Awards, which were presented at the Global Water Summit on May 9 and acknowledge excellence across the whole international water business in a number of categories, honor significant projects in the water, wastewater, and desalination sectors that are advancing the sector.
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