What we do – Drinking water
Nordic Technologies A/S provides turn-key solutions for drinking water based on any raw water. With our solid experience in designing water treatment plants in sizes ranging from 500 LPH up to 1000+ M3 a day we are able to provide solutions to any environment and need.
We cooperate with partners all over the world to provide the most reliable and cost efficient solution and with our integrated monitoring system we can deliver systems running 24/7.
In India, we have entered a Joint Venture with a local partner for design, production, sales and O&M contracts. We have developed our own range of “Water Kiosk” WK250, WK500 and WK1000 supplying safe and clean drinking water based on a unique filtration and monitoring system. We have also started promoting one of the world’s best mobile de-salination systems for coastal areas and finally we will be able to secure all our installations with a O&M contract.
In China, we have developed a “Residential Water Concept” for existing or newly build residential areas where we provide many thousands with safe and clean drinking water directly in the tap. We have started a close cooperation with a solid partner with more than 20 years of experience in the business and we will in 2018 start promoting a new BOT concept for drinking water.
We are a small but highly competent company with our HQ in Denmark. All 4 founders bring in a lot of experience from different industries and markets so we are looking forward to expanding our business in the future.
Every day we work hard to make a different and create meaningful projects for people in need as water is the key to new opportunities and a healthier life.
Contact us for more information and possibilities for safe, clean and affordable water in your area.
Feasibility Study for Vedanta
In June 2018 Nordic Technologies won the assignment to do a study with the aim of determining the feasibility of…
Direct drinking water – Dual pipe system – Jinan
Nordic Technologies A/S and our Shandong partner Jinan FND visited our new project site yesterday (30. June) in order to…