china water environment group limited (cweg) is a professional investment platform on water environment under the state development & investment corp., ltd. (sdic), and now has become a leading investor and operator in comprehensive water environment management. cweg is proud of its cutting-edge and world-class technologies, robust investment capability, and a professionaland experienced r&d, investment, design, construction, operation and management team. hailed as the frontrunner in the water environment industry, cweg aspires to build a world leading water environment management brand of china.
the high standard underground wwtp of
cweg underground treatment capacity of 2.6 million t/d .
currently cweg is responsible stewards for 15 influential
national ppp demonstration projects, including the beijing tongzhou bishui
underground wwtp that serves beijing’s
sub-center, shanghai jiading
district nanxiang underground wwtp reputed as the most picturesque wwtp in
china, dali erhai lake water environment management project,guiyang nanming river water environment management demonstration
project approved by the
ministry of education, the publicity department of the cpc central committee
and the ministry of finance（the ministry of
finance, the ministry of ecology and environment, the ministry of housing and
urban-rural development）, and guang’an “clean water action” regional water
environment management project, accounting for 31% of the first and second
batches of national ppp demonstration projects on water
environment management and ranking first in the water environment industry.
cweg is the chief editor of national standards and guidance for underground wwtp, and the initiator of a major 13th five-year water project entitled “innovation of underground wwtp construction and demonstration of ecological complex”. it is equipped with two transnational research platforms of sino-german center for water and health research (watch) and sino-dutch water treatment technology research center, and acts as the co-founder of the national engineering laboratory "advanced treatment and utilization technology for municipal wastewater" and academician workstations.