Overview Competences

ONE STOP SHOP “MADE IN GERMANY”
Inwasol offers German Competence in Water as a “One Stop Shop”.

Our range of competences includes

  • Consulting
  • German Technologies
  • Operation
  • Private Finance

For different kinds of projects:

  • Drinking Water / Sewage Water
  • Centralized / Decentralized Concepts
Drinking Water
Centralised Solutions


PPP Projects Waterworks and Drinking Water Supply: including consulting, technologies, operation and private finance.
Drinking Water
Decentralised Solutions


Flexible Container Solutions, Mobile Disinfection Services, Energy Contracting, Water Loss Reduction, Carbon Credit Models.
Sewage Water
Centralised Solutions


PPP Projects Sewage Treatment Plants: including consulting, technologies, operation and private finance .
Sewage Water
Decentralised Solutions


Septic Tank Management, Decentralized STPs, Energy Production Exploitation Raw Materials, Reuse Concepts .
We enable holistic solutions in water.

Our covered area of competence e.g. in Drinking Water Supply ranges from raw water intake, over water treatment and disinfection, to water distribution and boosting – including project development and consulting, engineering and long term operation – all based on “Best Practice of Water Management” and with additional private finance options.


Latest News
November 14, 2016
Jeevika

Jeevika

safe and healthy drinking water – a sustainable concept made in Germany powered by INWASOL / Grasshopper Investments
May 5, 2016
26524035850_7dc0c54955_b

Annual Meeting of the ADB in Frankfurt

INWASOL and its German project partners from Indo German Alliance for Water Efficiency (IGAWE) hold a podium and plenary discussion at the “Annual Meeting of the […]
April 20, 2016
visit water utilities India

Project Development India

INWASOL and its German project partners meet Indian Utilities in Maharastra and Andra Pradesh.
December 11, 2015
workshop

Workshop in Mumbai Inwasol

Workshop in Mumbai on “German Solutions in Drinking Water for Indian Utilities” held by INWASOL and its German project partners together with EA Water Magazine