G.I.C. launches dearsenification project
Hungarian industrial resarch and development company G.I.C. finished a HUF 125 mln project to reduce arsenic in drinking water.
The company developed two processes and sets of equipment to reduce the arsenic content in drinking water to minimal levels, managing director István Schremmer announced. The technology will be used in the southeastern part of Hungary, in an area where the arsenic content in the drinking water is 5-20 times more than the recommended levels in the European Union.
The company won a HUF 56 mln European Union grant to help pay for the project. Dearsenification development is expected to double the company’s revenue from HUF 235 mln of last year.
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