Adventech | Pharmaceutical / Chemical Wastewater Treatment

| January 7, 2015

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Our Chemical and Pharmaceutical Wastewater Treatment solutions guarantee: - Effective treatment by catalytic oxidation - Stable and robust process - User-friendly operation - Reuse and reengineering of existing structures - Environmental landscape integration - Possibility of wastewater reuse
- Complying to local and European Regulations

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