Posted July 27, 2019 08:11:48A man in China is selling the latest and greatest in the water purifying business, as he’s turned the countrys largest aquifer into a market for a vast range of products.
As of early 2017, the city of Wuhan had produced enough water to serve more than 50 million people, with a capacity to purify a city of 10 million people.
With the latest technology, he’s turning Wuhans water into a lucrative and growing industry.
In a town called Zhuhai, in southwest China, Mr Zhu has built a huge water purificator that can purify as much as 100 liters per minute.
Mr Zhu, who is the founder of a group called Zhumang Water Company, says he has built his company around the idea of making water purified in an environmentally friendly way.
The idea is to use the water to make other things, such as paper towels and toothpaste, as well as to make products, like water bottles and paper products.
“I want to offer a water purifcation that is very simple and easy for the average citizen,” he said.
He said his company’s first product, a water bottle with a transparent bottle lid, would be sold in supermarkets this year.
Mr Wu has also set up a company, Zhumong Water Company Limited, which is based in the citys main industrial park.
It’s a huge business, selling water purifiers to retailers, restaurants and hotels.
But he said he has also invested in a technology to make the water more efficient.
“The water purifyr is a big machine,” he explained.
“In a few months, we will produce a lot of water for the local government, so it’s better to use it efficiently than waste it.”
“A lot of people in Wuhansk buy water purified water because they don’t have time to go to the market and buy bottles, but I want to make it available for everyone.”
The water has to be purified by machines at special sites, including at an aquifer on the outskirts of Wuzhou.
The water was originally piped from a nearby city.
But Mr Wu and his partner, Zhuge Zhang, decided to use an underground pipe to transport the water and then use a special machine to treat the water, making it more sustainable.
He’s now expanding his business and plans to sell more water purifications this year and next.
“We’re building a new company, and this is our first step towards mass production,” Mr Zhu said.
“There’s a lot we haven’t been able to do, but we’re going to work hard to achieve.”