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High quality machines, plants and stainless steel equipment for the treatment of municipal and industrial water, wastewater and sludge

As an international company we support our customers worldwide with efficient and innovative solutions and processes, competent advice and reliable service. More than 45,000 installations of HUBER plants world-wide contribute to a sustainable use of water, energy and resources.

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A full range of machines and plants for treatment of wastewater, process water, potable water, grit and sludge from one source.

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HUBER Control and Automation - for precise equipment control

We meet the needs of the industry in finding reliable and most cost-effective solutions for controlling your HUBER machines.

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A look at Stainless Steel in the Water Industry 25.03.2021  | Stainless steel is commonly used across Europe in the water industry due to its significant corrosion resistance over other metals. In the UK, this beneficial characteristic seems to be overlooked in the majority of situations due to its apparent expense. The literature reviewed in this editorial will reveal the key benefits that make stainless steel the most cost effective material and why it is more suitable than galvanised steel in the water industry. More...
HUBER Technology – Water Industry Awards Finalist 2021 18.03.2021  | The finalists have been announced for this year’s Water Industry Awards 2021. HUBER Technology are pleased to announce that they have been shortlisted in the Alliancing and Partnership Initiative of the Year in a joint award with Advance-plus, C2V, HUBER Technology and United Utilities. More...
Delivering resilience – Does high level ambition match operational reality? 09.03.2021  | HUBER Resilience Thought Leadership: In the first of a series of thought leadership insights, Steve Morris , Managing Director at wastewater technology specialists HUBER Technology explores whether there’s a disconnect between high level ambitions about resilience and what it actually means in terms of operational delivery. More...
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