Utilise the full potential of new water technologies
The water sector is under increasing pressure from population growth, economic development, climate change and urbanisation. These factors are intensifying water scarcity on a global scale, driving demand for an innovative approach that addresses the inherent energy, cost and performance inefficiencies of existing water and waste water treatment facilities and networks.
Emerging technologies that are increasingly penetrating the water market offer potential solutions for current and future water challenges. However, these technologies present utilities, operators, EPCs and investors with a high degree of uncertainty regarding reliability and comparability. In particular, the need for higher efficiencies and overall sustainability has led to the wide deployment of membranes, sensor systems and other novel technologies. With objective comparative evaluation, water technology verification will help stakeholders in making the right investment decisions.
Operators, utilities, investors, end users as well as EPCs and equipment manufacturers can gain confidence in their technologies and investments by having products tested and verified. Our verification services provide comparability and transparency for water technologies. This ultimately identifies appropriate technologies according to the specific requirements.
TÜV SÜD is an independent and impartial partner that offers technology-based knowledge services across the entire water lifecycle. As a credible third-party testing and certification organisation, we assist manufacturers, operators, suppliers and authorities with our interdisciplinary technical expertise and testing facilities, as well as the TÜV SÜD mark which is synonymous with quality and safety.
TÜV SÜD supports the water sector with performance testing and verification services for key technologies and components such as membranes, sensors and water purifiers. These services can be provided in the lab or in the field. Our experts assess long-term performance with regard to membrane stability, sensitivity and reliability of sensor systems, and quality of purification systems.