Reduce onsite construction costs with fast and simple installation

Ideal for flows from 50 gallons per day to 5 million gallons per day, GE’s packaged systems produce safe, reliable product water, while significantly reducing capital and installation costs.

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Packaged System Product Features

With a simple and expandable building-block design, GE’s packaged wastewater treatment plants can be quickly set up in virtually any location. They feature scalable treatment capacities that can be increased as wastewater treatment demand grows.

  • Pre-assembled, skid-mounted and factory-tested packaged systems with less requirements for installation and reduced onsite construction costs
  • Compact designs for easy integration into existing facilities
  • Completed engineering packages and quick delivery
  • Comprehensive cleaning capabilities for peak systems performance
  • Simple operation and maintenance requires minimal operator supervision
  • ZMOD systems for wastewater treatment and ZBOX and ZPAK* systems for drinking water and tertiary treatment
  • Optional side loading tank for plants with height restrictions

Manitoba plant replaces existing lime softening process

See how the Z-PAK pressurized ultrafiltration system was selected to quickly improve the raw water quality at a treatment plant in Canada.

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Australian golf course uses MBR reuse for irrigation

Long periods of drought caused water restrictions in this region of Sydney. Find out how this membrane bioreactor (MBR) system recovered 98% of this course’s wastewater.

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NY apartment complex reduces city freshwater use by over 75%

Solaire Apartments in Battery Park needed 25,000 gpd of onsite treatment. Learn about the treated water results that ZeeWeed* delivered.

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Z-BOX meets needs for population of 11,500 in Nigeria

A skid-mounted ultrafiltration system reduced the engineering, installation, and commissioning timeline for this state-run facility.

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