AWT Technologies Inc.
AWT Technologies Inc. (AWT) provides simple, robust, reliable and well-proven energy saving engineered systems and products for the biological treatment of industrial and municipal wastewater. AWT’s cost-effective, custom designed products include small foot print, compact advanced SBR (ASBR); BIOWORKS® high efficiency aeration systems and pre-fabricated package plants. Each of these easy to operate, low maintenance systems can be used to satisfy a wide and varied range of wastewater management and sustainability goals from small to large wastewater treatment plants (50 gallons/20 m3 to 50 million gallons/190,000 m3 per day). BIOWORKS® high efficiency aeration systems are also very suitable for Lagoon upgrades. With a track record of successful installations across Canada, USA and the rest of the world and over 20 years of technical knowledge and expertise, AWT’s engineers and scientists’ use a flexible approach, encouraging clients’ participation in all aspects of design and project management to guarantee customer satisfaction. Based in Calgary, Alberta, AWT is a Canadian BIOWORKS company. With offices in North America, Europe and Asia, the German based BIOWORKS Group provides a broad range of wastewater treatment processes, systems and products worldwide.

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Rosemay Slater
Calgary, AB T2X 1J6
Canada
Phone: 403.453.2298
Fax: 403.770.8694

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