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Our Story

Our-Story

With the capacity of good, clean water in short supply, Advanced Waste Water Treatment™, Corp. (AWWT™) is committed to making a difference. The Management of AWWT has over 100 years of combined experience specializing in construction, design, and management of chemical, non-chemical, and liquid waste removal services as well as waste and water treatment services. Our mission is to provide a variety of water treatment solutions for contaminated water so it can be returned safely to the environment for municipal, private, industrial, and commercial clients in all industries.

 

AWWT is a green-driven company, possessing some of the most advanced and efficient patented technologies in the “water remediation” industry. We are committed to bringing this technology to the world and alleviating one of the most concerning local, national, and international problems – contaminated and polluted water. Our goal is to help to solve the world’s shortage of clean water.

 

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The Clear H2O Method


  • Assess

    AWWT conducts preliminary assessments of your systems, facility, and processes to determine productive methods for wastewater removal, management, and treatment.

  • Control

    Through a patented technology, AWWT will implement the most effective treatments based on our investigatory findings and your wastewater management needs.

  • Safeguard

    Collectively we will achieve and maintain “green and clean” solutions through protection and management planning of your future wastewater treatment methods.

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