GEH – the solution for sustainable clean water by GEH Wasserchemie
In 2010, the UN made access to clean water a human right. At GEH Wasserchemie, however, we have already been working on creating effective and sustainable water treatment since 1997. Our goal is to provide clean water to people across the globe.
This is what motivated us to invent the patented iron-hydroxide based adsorption material. We now produce 1,500 tonnes annually, supplying customers worldwide.
Our material is more effective compared to that of our competitors. Comparative tests clearly verified higher treatment capacities of up to 100 percent. Good for our customers: When they use GEH®, their systems achieve a far longer life span with the same expenditure of material.
More than just standard
With its EN DIN 15029 standard, the EU sets the quality standards for iron-hydroxide used in the treatment of drinking water. And we don’t just meet these standards. We exceed them - and raise the bar even higher.Why not simply see for yourself
More than just standard
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All information relating to concentrations is based on the dry weight.
A clean and clear solution
The big advantage offered by our adsorbent material is its sustainability: in contrast to processes using precipitant agents and subsequent filtration, our product effectively binds heavy metals and removes them from the water cycle once and for all. The waste volumes are lower when GEH® is used.
GEH Wasserchemie - Numbers that speak for themselves
Droughts can increase the amount of naturally occurring arsenic in private domestic wells
Both public and private wells can be affected by natural occurring arsenic. In the case of private wells in particular, there is a risk that higher arsenic levels will go undetected during periods of drought.learn more
Current publication on predicting the service life of granular ferric hydroxide (GEH) adsorption filters for removing uranium from drinking water and mineral water
In the course of a scientific cooperation project with the Hydrogeochemistry Work Group at the University of Mainz and the
Institute of Environmental Technology at Technische Universität Berlin, a model was refined for predicting the service life of
granular ferric hydroxide (GEH) filters in the uranium removal process for water. This was then laboratory and pilot tested
using the available data.
GEH Wasserchemie goes treasure hunting
The inauguration of our very own photovoltaic system is just the latest in a long line of energy management system activities: through this development, we have shown that SMEs also have the potential to make significant energy savings and, in doing so, to reap the economic benefits.learn more
You have questions or want to get to know us? We are looking forward to your message!
Your contact person:
M.Sc. Simon Kellmann
Tel. +49 541 1220-09