Toshiba will contribute to the creation of environmentally advanced
communities with sustainable water infrastructure
Some countries are facing problems such as water shortages and pollution due to population growth, development of industries and increase in living standards. We, Toshiba, aim to realize a sustainable society with safety, security and reliability through our social infrastructure business worldwide.
In the water infrastructure business that we have been involved in since the 1970s, we are addressing customer issues ranging from business planning to operation management, and offering a wide range of solutions based on our comprehensive technologies.
We provide highly reliable water and wastewater treatment systems and operation know-how to solve customer issues all over the world.
We will contribute to the creation of environmentally advanced communities with sustainable water infrastructure in response to regional, cultural, and environmental requirements.
We started our water infrastructure business in 1972, by offering electrical equipment of pumps for water supply and sewerage systems in Japan, along with related engineering services. Since then, we have expanded our business by developing electrical systems and instrumentation systems and providing O&M(*1) services in Japan, as well as EPC(*2) services outside of Japan.
(*1) O&M: Operation and Maintenance
(*2) EPC: Engineering, Procurement and Construction
We offer one stop solutions throughout the plant's life cycle.
As a solution partner with superior reliability, we contribute to our customers' business development based on our experience and expertise accumulated through extensive practice of these services.
Please download the Water & Wastewater Solution brochure.
Water & Wastewater Solution (PDF: 4.23 MB)
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