“Make a Sustainable Development Possible”
As a total solution provider in the fields of water & environment, we contribute to solving clients’ issues in Myanmar.
There have been emerging issues in the water and sanitation field of Myanmar affected by the climate change, such as deterioration of raw water quality for city water (high turbidity due to heavy rain and salination), or by increasing amount of effluent discharge to rivers from factories due to infrastructure development. Yet the technology to manage the environment in order to properly grasp such affects is still lacking.
MW Aqua Solutions, as a group company of Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, will contribute to improving the sustainability through introduction of environment-oriented technology by promoting development of water infrastructure based on on-site water supply system together with highly reliable water quality analysis business in Myanmar.
UF+RO (Desalination) in Myanmar
|Supply Area||Residential Area|
|Capacity||5.0 m3/h （ ≒ 100 m3/D ）|
|Raw Water||Surface water|
|Process||UF → RO|
|Operation||From May 2016 to May 2017|
Monthly River water Quality Analysis (Factory A) (Nov. 2017 - April 2018)
MWAS has been entrusted to conduct a monthly river water quality analysis from a soap manufacturing company in Myanmar. Since MWAS’ water quality analysis division is trained and supervised by the Japanese experts in this field, MWAS is able to provide a reliable and prompt test results.
Groundwater Potential Survey (Dec. 2017 ~ Jan. 2018)
MWAS has entrusted a groundwater survey in Dala area, Yangon, ordered by a private company. Together with a local engineering company, MWAS is capable of drilling a borehole, conducting pumping tests, etc. to study the borehole potential.
Technical Support of Water Analysis (Feb - Mar, 2018)
On the request from JICA project* team, MWAS conducted the On the Job Training (OJT) at Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC-EDWS Laboratory) and Mandalay City Development Committee (MCDC-WSD Laboratory). The main purpose of the training was to verify the water quality analysis of the project monitoring sample at each laboratory. At the same time, some lectures on technical knowledge and skill in water analysis were provided.
* Project for Capacity Development in Basic Water Environment Management and EIA System in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar