Universal Environmental Technology (UET) and its partners around the world are constantly installing new systems and developing new solutions for ecological water treatment.
Here are some recent updates.
It wasn’t all business in UET’s booth at WATEC 2017. An interactive water trivia game enticed expo attendees to test their knowledge (before getting down to the business of non-chemical water treatment solutions). Example Q:How much water is evaporated by the sun every day? A: 1,000,000,000,000 tons!
Schuberg Philis and Aqua Innovation Network: Datacenters cool without chemicals and with 90% less water. Datacenters not only use power, but also water to cool down running servers. Schuberg Philis has implemented a technique that uses considerably less clean water and does not require chemicals. It is the first time that this technique has been applied in a Dutch data center. The jury praised the application of proven technology in a new area: cooling data centers. This clearly shows significant savings and environmental gains. As a follow-up to previous major energy savings, Schuberg Philis is leading this way to making data centers more sustainable in the field of water.
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Ynet news has published an article w/video on how UET Recycling Industrial Water Ltd. is changing the face of water treatment around the world. Check it out!: http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-5006087,00.html
In advance of WATEC 2017 in Tel Aviv, representatives of the Israel Export Institute, organizers of the trade fair, met with members of UET to better understand the technology behind its unique water treatment systems, and to cooperate in order to maximize the success of Israel’s largest water expo.