UEM Group – Water and Wastewater supplier website

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Based in West Palm Beach, USA | Operates worldwide
Offers Other (O) MBR membrane configuration

Proprietary MBR products and systems:

  • Site erected modular package MBR plants
  • Bespoke plants utilizing MBR technology

About UEM Group – Water and Wastewater

For over 40 years, UEM has been providing customized solutions to complex water and wastewater problems for industries and municipalities throughout the world.

UEM specializes in providing turnkey design and construction services, acting as the single point of responsibility for engineering, procurement, construction, installation, and performance testing. UEM’s vision and mission is to provide the highest quality system within the scope and budget of our clients.

UEM has undertaken multi-million dollar turnkey projects as well as implemented small projects with equal efficiency and responsiveness. Our size and the specialized expertise of our team enable us to be extremely responsive to the specific needs of our clients.

UEM has experience implementing solutions to diverse water and wastewater problems and has gained experience in nearly every process technology used in water and wastewater treatment (including membrane bioreactors), which allows us to offer a customized, end-to-end solution to our clients. UEM has designed, built, and commissioned 14 wastewater treatment systems utilizing membrane bioreactors.

Areas of expertise:

  • membrane bioreactors
  • zero liquid discharge
  • packaged membrane bioreactors.

MBR technology & applications

Proprietary MBR products and systems:

  • Site erected modular package MBR plants
  • Bespoke plants utilizing MBR technology

Market applications:

  • Industrial small-scale, Industrial large-scale, Municipal small-scale, Municipal large-scale
  • Commercial facilities, Residential developments, Off-grid solutions, Bespoke solutions, Packaged (Off-the-shelf) systems, Food, beverage and dairy
  • Heavy industry (oil&gas, automotive), Fine chemical and pharmaceutical, Animal waste

Modular package membrane bioreactor (MBR) plants, designed for rapid delivery and minimal site work.

Site erected modular package MBR plants:

  • modular design, allowing for flexibility to accept a wide range of feed water qualities
  • treated wastewater quality meeting wastewater reuse regulations e.g. California Title 22
  • capable of biological nitrogen removal
  • automatic operation, allowing for unattended operation for extended periods of time
  • remote monitoring and control capability
  • lower in cost than competing products
  • designed to be easily assembled at site in less than two weeks with minimal site work and labour
  • designed with the flexibility to fit into tight spaces (i.e. building basements)
  • largely assembled from made to stock equipment, allowing for a short delivery lead time.

UEM has experience implementing solutions to diverse water and wastewater problems and has gained experience in nearly every process technology used in water and wastewater treatment, which allows us to offer a customized, end-to-end solution to our clients. We serve both municipal clients and industrial clients. Our industrial experience includes installations for the following industries: food & beverage, oil & gas (produced water, refineries, petrochemicals), chemicals, pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, power, textiles, tanneries, consumer products, metals, and mining.

Company summary

Head office in West Palm Beach, USA
Operates in Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe and Middle East | Operates worldwide
Offers Other (O) MBR membrane configuration | Immersed technology configuration
14 commissioned plants | Total installed capacity of 23.5

Supplementary services offered by UEM:

  • Process design, Build and install, Start-up services and commissioning
  • Supply of modular package membrane bioreactor (MBR) plants
  • Build Own Operate services, Retrofitting, Trouble-shooting, Partnering

Last updated: 19 June 2018

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