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Ion Exchange India pioneered water treatment in India and is today the country's premier company in water and environment management, with a strong international presence. Formed in 1964, as a subsidiary of the Permutit Company of UK, it became a wholly Indian company in 1985 when Permutit divested its holding. Ion Exchange currently employs 1,000 people -- multi-disciplinary teams of highly experienced professional managers, technologists and scientists, supported by a widespread infrastructure in India and abroad.
All operating units of the company are ISO 9001:2000 certified. It was the first ion exchange resin manufacturing company in India to have an FDA approved facility for the manufacture of pharmaceutical grade speciality resins. The resin unit is also ISO 14001 certified. And its chemical division, too, is the first in the water treatment sector in India to be ISO 14001 certified.
In its 40 years of experience, the company has provided installations for diverse industries in India and abroad, from nuclear and thermal power, fertilizer and refinery, to automobile, electronics and textile. The company has an in depth understanding and knowledge of the Indian market as well as of the cultural patterns prevailing particularly in South East Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
More than 35,000 plants in India and abroad are packaged, pre-engineered and custom built. Over 400 major installations at thermal and nuclear power plant stations, fertilizer factories, refineries, petrochemical and other industries. The company undertakes over $30 million worth projects in India on global tender basis and many projects abroad. Exports of equipment, ion exchange resins, membranes and water treatment chemicals to Japan, South East Asia, USA, Europe, Africa, Egypt, Middle East, Russia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Mauritius and Sri Lanka.
Drinking Water Purifiers, Water Conditioners, Sullage Recycle & Sewage Treatment Systems
1. Ion Exchange Singapore Asia Pacific
To service the Pan Asian region for total water management it set up Ion Exchange Asia Pacific in Singapore.
2. Ion Exchange Services
Ion Exchange's investment in building an all-India service infrastructure, started almost two decades ago, is today serving the company in good stead. The service company's network, the largest in the water treatment industry in India, and recently extended to several countries overseas, offers a comprehensive range of technical and value-added services.
3. Ion Exchange Enviro Farms
Like its core business, Ion Exchange's diversification into organic agri-horticulture, through Ion Exchange Enviro Farms, is a natural extension of its activities and shares the vision of a better world. An agri-business subsidiary, this company harnesses Ion Exchange India's four decades of water and environmental management experience into organic agri-horticulture. The company is among the first corporate in India to undertake scientific bio-intensive organic farming on a commercial scale. Its thrusts areas of business are environ farms, contract farming and produce marketing.
• Ion Exchange Waterleau
Their joint venture with Waterleau, Brussels specializes in environmental solutions and services with proprietary technologies encompassing air, water & waste water, bio solids, waste & soil remediation in municipal and industrial segments.