Pureco Ltd. and Tradeland Ltd. have been key players in the field of Hungarian water-related exports for decades. They have worked closely together over the past years to achieve success, confirmed by numerous references. To strengthen their efficiency in the market, the firms established a joint company: Pureco-Tradeland Ltd., whose managing directors are also the leaders of the parent companies. Pureco-Tradeland Ltd. is determined to improve its economic performance in the field of water-related international development projects outside the EU. Affordable and sustainable drinking water and wastewater treatment solutions characterise the international activity of the company.
In recognition of our improving export market performance, projects and successes we joined the Outstanding Exporter Partnership Program established by the Hungarian Government
Clean drinking water for everyone! This is our goal when we develop our engineering services in providing potable water for our partners. Our solutions are based on the best available technologies and take the sustainable, efficient, and environmentally friendly water management principles into account. We build water treatment plant for even a whole community or city but also offers containerized, mobile water treatment systems where fast and highly flexible solutions are required.
Based on our expert knowledge and our technologies, we offer the reconstruction of outdated sewerage treatment plants, or the construction of new systems - treating either 100% liquid waste or septic waters. Additionally, we provide supporting services for the companies who are dealing with the operation and maintenance of the systems. We not only providing optimal technological solution for the cities but giving priority to training programs as well to build capacity and help the local people to operate and maintain the systems.
In Kumasi, with more than 3 million citizens, only 7-10% of the wastewater is adequately treated. From an environmental and public health point of view the urgent development of new wastewater treatment facilities was indispensable for the city.
The aim of the Central Vietnam, Quang Binh province water treatment project was the construction of water intake and water management structures to provide the region with healthy drinking water. There are over a 100,000 people living in the service area, north and south of the Gianh River.
The trial period of the PurAID modular, mobile, pallet-based water purification plant in Akim Wenchi, has been completed. The PurAID will be used to remove iron and manganese contaminants as well as disease-causing bacteria from the water of the public wells in the town of 12,000 inhabitants.