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Projects


DEHOUST products can be used in different roles as shown in the following examples.

DEHOUST delivers GEP-Greywater System to the Far East

In August 2010, the first decentralised grey-water treatment installation in the country was successfully installed in Turkey. With its professional competence, DEHOUST supported the entire product from its planning to the successful commissioning of a GEP-Watermanager.
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Proud owner of the first grey-water installation in Turkey.

Using BMT-Technology even in sensitive areas

The Stadtische Krankenhaus Nettetal depends on safe BMT-technology for grey water usage, consequently reducing its fresh water requirement to about 350 m³ per year.
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Nettetal Hospitol entrance