NIHON GENRYO’s technologies are utilized in public water supply projects overseas.
Program Grant Aid for Environment and Climate Change
(Lao People's Democratic Republic)
For the “Program for improvement of capabilities to cope with natural disaster caused by climate change” by Japan’s environmental grant aid program of Official Development Assistance, we delivered six truck-mounted Mobile SIPHON TANKs to Laos People’s Democratic Republic. After delivery, we conducted trial runs and trained the local waterworks service staff on how to operate the device and make drinking water in Vientiane Capital for one week. The six Mobile SIPHON TANKs were distributed to six cities in Lao People's Democratic Republic.
For two years after delivery, we performed periodic inspection every six months, upon which we re-trained the local staff so that they can operate the device by themselves.
Non-Project Grant Aid
(Socialist Republic of Viet Nam)
For Japan’s non-project grant aid of Official Development Assistance, we delivered three Mobile SIPHON TANKs to Viet Nam Maritime University in Hai Phong, Socialist Republic of Viet Nam. The three Mobile SIPHON TANKs were installed on the main campus to retreat public tap water to be supplied as drinking water in the university. After installation, we trained the university staff on how to operate the device, shared knowhow for its sustainable use, and performed a test run with chemicals compounded. Installation started from August 19, and a lecture and a practical training for staff in charge of the equipment were held on August 28 and 29.
Water supply to areas not covered by waterworks
(Republic of the Philippines)
Using river water as the source, we supplied drinking water to areas not covered by waterworks in barangay of Bonbon in Cebu City.
Water treatment plant water intake equipment (Thailand)
In 1982, we delivered four fully automatic dust collector units to Bangkhen Water Treatment Plant in Thailand for removing foreign matters upon water intake and realizing safe water purification treatment. In 2005, we replaced the aging equipment.
Delivery of filter sand (Hong Kong)
In 1963, we delivered 1,153㎥ of filter sand to Sha Tin Water Treatment Plant in Hong Kong.