De.mem starts next project in Vietnam

De.mem starts next project in Vietnam

New order for the design, delivery and installation of a modern, membrane-based water treatment system with a capacity of 2,000 m3 per day System to be deployed at a government institution in Hanoi

Singapore – 1 December 2015

De.mem Pte Ltd, a specialist for modern water treatment systems with a focus on de-centralized applications, is starting yet another project in Vietnam. The company has received an order for the delivery of a membrane-based water treatment system with a capacity of up to 2,000 m3 of water
produced per day.

The system will be deployed on the campus of the Hanoi University of Agriculture, a Vietnamese university located in Hanoi’s Gia Lam district with approximately 1,300 staff members and 25,000 students. The water produced will have drinking water quality. According to plan, the order has to
be completed before year end.

Dr. Adrian Yeo, CEO of De.mem, commented: “The new project proves our well established track record and leading position in the Vietnamese market for membrane-based water treatment systems. The size of the plant is significant, it marks a milestone in the development of our

About De.mem

De.mem Pte Ltd is a Singapore based company that designs, builds and operates decentralized water treatment facilities targeting South East Asian markets. Backed by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore, as well as the Singapore Membrane Technology Centre (SMTC), De.mem is able to deploy an extensive range of high-tech solutions to meet different and challenging water conditions. The company can provide systems and solutions that produce the highest quality of potable water, are cost effective and at the same time in line with highest international standards.
De.mem also deploys innovative sensor and monitoring technologies, through which it can operate water treatment plants remotely from a central control facility. The company received funding from New Asia Investments, a Singapore based Venture Capital fund with a focus on the water,
environmental and industrial sectors.

For more information on De.mem:

Andreas Kroell
10 Winstedt Road #03-02

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