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Over four months have passed since SUEZ announced it would buy GE’s water business for €3.2 billion.

GE is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. GE is organized around a global exchange of knowledge, the "GE Store," through which each business shares and accesses the same technology, markets, structure and intellect. Each invention further fuels innovation and application across our industrial sectors. With people, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for customers by speaking the language of industry. 

Thanks to this acquisition, SUEZ will also benefit from a broad range of technologies and patents. GE Water & Process Technologies has already successfully deployed proven digital solutions for its customers for the optimisation of resources, equipment monitoring and maintenance and data analysis, such as its Insight platform.

The Water & Wastes Digest staff invites industry professionals to nominate the water and wastewater projects they deem most remarkable and innovative for recognition in the Annual Reference Guide issue. All projects must have been in the design or construction phase over the last 18 months.

GE Water & Process Technologies is a worldwide leading systems and services provider for industrial clients, supplying state-of-the art water, waste-water and process systems solutions to blue-chip customers. GE Water & Process Technologies generated approximately $2.1 billion in revenues in 2016 with approximately 7,500 employees. 

Specifically, Water & Process Technologies will supply 408 membrane cassettes with 48 ZeeWeed 500D membrane modules, the control system of the MBR, including programmable logic controller panels with instruments, and InSight* Asset Performance Management platform. Water & Process Technologies also will provide engineering design, project management, commissioning and start up of the MBR system to the Luo Fang Wastewater Treatment Plant. Once the upgrade is complete, the Luo Fang plant will be able to process 400 million liters of water per day while providing environmental enhancements to its residents.

GE Water & Process Technologies, a unit of GE Infrastructure, is a leading global supplier of water treatment, wastewater treatment and process systems solutions. GE delivers customer value by improving performance and product quality and by reducing operating costs and extending equipment life in a broad range of products and services. These products and services are used to optimize total water/process system performance, safeguard customer assets from corrosion, fouling and scaling, and protect the environment through water and energy conservation

Explore our comprehensive portfolio of chemical and equipment solutions, predictive analytics, design and construction expertise, and water management services. 

A world leader in water, water reuse, wastewater treatment and process solutions, GE Water & Process Technologies brings the best technologies to enhance our customers’ efficiency while protecting our environment. GE offers the broadest portfolio of water and process technologies, including: separation equipment; membrane & filtration technology; diagnostic tools; specialty chemicals; mobile water capabilities; service; and financing. GE is committed to develop and bring to market technologies that promote energy efficiency, lower harmful emissions, increase supplies of water, and reduce our use of fossil fuel—it’s called ecomagination.

It added that: “A meeting will be held in fourth-quarter 2017 to detail the Group’s strategy on these markets and provide more exhaustive information on SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions’ business activities.”

PARIS, France – French environmental giant SUEZ will integrate and rebrand GE’s industrial water business as SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions following its multi-billion euro acquisition.

Reducing water usage, treating discharge water, and pre-treating resources in transport are just some of the solutions that GE offers to lower operating costs.

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With an enormous merge required to integrate a technology supplier into the water services provider’s business, few details have emerged about how this is progressing apart from in April when SUEZ said it had successfully secured €1.2 billion in bonds to finance the buy.

Ethylene, styrene, ammonia, and other chemical producers need longer run times, less fouling, and improved compliance with safety regulations. GE has a complete line of chemical treatments to help.

Industry already accounts for almost 22% of worldwide water consumption, behind agriculture, but well ahead of human consumption. The industrial water market is worth an estimated €95 billion.