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As an international company we support our customers worldwide with efficient and innovative solutions and processes, competent advice and reliable service. More than 40,000 installations of HUBER plants world-wide contribute to a sustainable use of water, energy and resources.

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We offer innovative and reliable solutions for sparing and sustainable management of scarce resources, for recovery and recycling of energy and materials.

New Blog article: Don't Flood the Building - Properly Sizing Screenings Handling Equipment 07.10.2019  | Picture this. You've arrived at your treatment facility in the morning to discover a flood: malfunctioning equipment has caused a backup and wastewater is flowing down the driveway. What happened? More...
This changes everything: HUBER unveils the radical new center flow screen RakeMax® CF at WEFTEC 2019 20.09.2019  | This year at WEFTEC 2019, HUBER Technology continues to set the pace as a first-to-market innovator by unveiling a radical new screen that disrupts and changes traditional headworks screening: The HUBER Multi-Rake Bar Screen RakeMax® CF (Center Flow). The RakeMax® CF is HUBER’s answer to ever-increasing hydraulic demands placed on existing facilities with no more room to expand. More...
New Blog article: So Many Choices - Putting the Right Screen in the Right Place 19.09.2019  | When applying screening technologies in a Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), there are a large selection of possible configurations. It is important to understand that most screening equipment in a waste treatment process has the potential to be an effective solution when used in the conditions they were designed for. More...
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