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Actina is advanced pellet softening for drinking water treatment.
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Overview The city of Camas Wastewater Treatment Plant was faced with replacing their existing cloth media disk filters. The existing filters used a…
Veolia Water Technologies, Inc. (d.b.a. Kruger), a provider of water and wastewater treatment process solutions, is a subsidiary of Veolia, one of the largest full service water and wastewater companies in the world. Kruger AS was started in Copenhagen, Denmark, more than 100 years ago. In 1989, Kruger AS established a subsidiary company, Kruger, in the United States. In 1991, Kruger acquired the high-purity oxygen wastewater business of Air Products and Chemicals Corp. to add to its growing portfolio of process solutions. In 1999, Kruger became part of OTV, now Veolia Water Technologies, and continues to build on its previous successes. By offering unique value-added treatment equipment and processes, Kruger – now located in Cary, N.C. – has grown to become a recognized leader in the water and wastewater treatment industry.