Dai Viet Company Brings High-Quality Products In Market For Effective Wastewater Treatment

Dai Viet Company is one of the premier organizations that offer services like Composite tanks, chemical tanks, composite coating, assembled water tank, composite tanks for wastewater treatment.

Hochiminh, Vietnam - January 15, 2020 / / —

Dai Viet Company takes into concern the degrading health of the environment around us. Environmental pollution is a burning issue that has taken a toll in the global equilibrium, acknowledging this issue Dai Viet Company has taken the initiative of wastewater management. To introduce this practice of treating wastewater, they have produced Composite tanks, chemical tanks, composite coating, assembled water tanks, composite tanks ion the market.

According to the spokesperson of this company, each component dedicated to wastewater management has a different functional area. Explaining the significance of composite filter tanks, he says that “these tanks are specifically to treat industrial wastewater and water that are channeled from factories. These tanks are made up of composite material that has high durability and does not cause any harm to the environment.”

Treatment of water can also be conducted by using several other tanks mainly designed for segregating the harmful constituents through a semi-permeable membrane. These impurities are further stored and converted into compost. The tanks come in several shapes and sizes like cone form, type of sedimentation tank, cylindrical shape, and a box shape. The tanks are made up of a structure that can disengage the dirt and smog from the water particles and make the water usable. The round shape of these tanks is meant to deposit the impurities and sediment content in the water. Visit https://boncomposite.vn/ for more information.

Dai Viet Company has produced a series of composite water tanks for enabling the treatment of sediment and impurities laden water. The FRP composite system is the newest addition to their services list that has brought a significant change in their rate of sale.

About the company:
Dai Viet Company is one of the chief composite processing and outsourcing companies’ operating in the city of Hochiminh in Vietnam. This company boasts of an experience of more than a decade, and within this duration, they have been able to secure a position in the list of top composite processing organizations. Distributed across a sprawling campus of 18000 square meters, this company functions with the cooperation of fifty employees.

This company mainly has two centers based on Cu Chi and Dong Nai areas. They offer their services even to the contracts from the outer part of the cities as their skilled engineers and workers are available round the clock. The fact that their experienced and skilled engineers are accessible even at odd hours makes this company the number one unit in Vietnam of compost processing.

Contact Details:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CompositeDaiViet/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/daivietcps
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daivietcomposite/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/daivietcomposite/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcZIT60cyBmo9BdXjAQIq8w/

Contact Info:
Name: Tiana
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Organization: Dai Viet
Address: 159/2 Vo Van Bich, Tan Thanh Dong, Cu Chi, HCMC, Vietnam
Phone: +84 763777358
Website: https://boncomposite.vn/

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Release ID: 88942843

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