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Biowater’s new CFIC® technology hits the Chinese market

Hits the Chinese market: Biowater Technology AS and Sichuan Science City Tianren Environmental Protection Co. LTD in Shichuan (Tianren), China, has signed a contract where Biowater will deliver its new and patented CFIC® technology for a new municipal wastewater plant in Guiyang City, Guizhou, China.

This new plant will be built in several stages and when fully developed, it will serve 1,16 mill people. The first phase serves 75.000 people and has a value for Biowater of NOK 11 mill.

- This is a very important contract for us and confirms the advantages of our CFIC® technology with focus on energy savings and reduced footprint, says Terje Andersen, CEO of Biowater Technology. - The CFIC® technology has been developed and tested over a period of 5 years, especially with focus on municipal plants with stringent effluent requirements, and re-use of water, continues Andersen.

At the same time the two companies has signed an exclusive license agreement where Tianren will represent Biowater and its CFIC® technology in the Chinese municipal market. The potential value for Biowater for this 3-year agreement is NOK 80 mill.

- For Tianren it is essential to work with companies that has a long history and experience within biological treatment of wastewater and at the same time represents new and innovative technologies. Biowater Technology as a company and their CFIC® technology is exactly what we are looking for, and we are very excited to work with them in the Chines market, says Mr. Zhang Jin, CEO of Tianren.

For further information, please contact:
Mr. Terje Andersen, CEO of Biowater Technology (m: + 47 901 87 203)
Gang Xin, CTO of Biowater Technology (m: + 47 994 69 080)

Sichuan Science City Tianren Environmental Protection Co. LTD is a water and wastewater treatment company that integrates different functions, such as EPC, treatment plant investment and operation, equipment R&D and equipment fabrication. Currently, the company is operating numerous wastewater treatment plants with a total treatment capacity of over 200 000 m3/d.