Beijing VA TECH WABAG Water Treatment Technology Co., Ltd.
Rm. 1113, Tower B, Fulllink Plaza, No.
Chaoyangmenwai Street 18
WABAG has been active in China for more than 20 years, having opened a Representative Office in Beijing in 1988. This became
a registered Chinese company in 2009 in a move that marked a strengthening of the company’s activities in the field of water and wastewater technologies through a local presence.
In the meantime, WABAG has realised over 70 water and wastewater treatment plants in China. The bulk of this capacity was installed for municipalities, but more than ten plants are in industrial use. Among the highlights is the modern Beixiaohe water reclamation plant for the Olympic Park in Beijing and the entire anaerobic sludge digestion system at the Xiaohongmen WWTP,
one of the largest sludge treatment plants in China.
As mentioned above, in 2009 WABAG founded a subsidiary in Beijing, having already established the WABAG Water Services Company in Macau during 2008.
The company currently employs a staff of around 50 in China, including our employees based in Macau.
In 1995, WABAG completed the first major wastewater treatment plant to be built in the special economic zone and since 1996 has been additionally responsible for the operations and maintenance of this large-scale facility. Furthermore, in the course of
a DBO scheme (Design, Build, Operate), which also included a 4-year O&M agreement, WABAG realised a wastewater plant for Macau’s international airport.
- Beixiaohe WWTP, Beijing: Design of one of the world’s largest MBR plants. 60,000 m3/d. Start-up: 2008.
- Xiaohongmen WWTP, Beijing: Turnkey project of the entire sludge treatment lot (anaerobic digestion). 600,000 m3/d. Start-up: 2007.
- Ningguo DWTP, Anhui Province: Drinking water treatment plant with advanced WABAG Filtration system. 50,000 m3/d. Start-up: 2007.
- Baotou RWTP, Inner Mongolia: Wastewater treatment plant and water reclamation with BIOPUR®. 40,000 m3/d. Start-up: 2005.
- Macau ETAR WWTP: main wastewater treatment plant. 144,000 m3/d. Start-up: 1996.
- Harbin Mopanshan Water Supply Project, Heilongjiang province: water treatment. 450,000 m3/d. Start-up: 2004.
- Kunming Zhangjiuhe Water Supply Project, Yunnan province: water treatment. 400,000 m3/d. Start-up: 2002.