On-going Project: Updating the progress of AQUACULTURE WATER TREATMENT PLANT – BEN TRE 4

On-going Project: Updating the progress of AQUACULTURE WATER TREATMENT PLANT – BEN TRE 4

Project information:

This is the 4th Aquaculture High-Tech Water Treatment Plant in Ben Tre province of the same investor – a leading aquaculture company in Vietnam, who trusted and choose NTESCO as the reputation contractor to supply full package: process design, equipment supply and installation. This project includes 2 main treatment areas:

  • Zone 1: High-tech aquaculture water treatment– with NAS process (Natural Arithmetic System) designed by NTESCO
  • Zone 2: Wastewater treatment and reuse – with NRS process (Natural Recovery System) is also researched and designed by NTESCO


NAS & NRS specialized processes – Ntesco’ cutting-edge solutions meet Client’ requirements

Aquaculture business ecosystem which maintain of value of human culture finance will be big impact in aquaculture world by concept of on-line traceability, searching for sustainable of environment and aquaculture industries , Quality of Aquaculture supply water those active in future disease virus due to biodiversity of environment make NAS system work on future and reliable with value of investment besides this NRS system create green/blue water from grey water starting new world of aquaculture industries by concept of eco system friendly .


Benefits for investor:
  • Supply and return water to use with non-Vibrio & EHP for hatchery in time
  • Environment friendly and follow Safety Environment Issue of Vietnam government
  • Generate fresh water to use
  • Generate water with high salinity to treat shrimp process
  • On-line monitoring & traceability.
  • Save operation cost.
  • Save space 50% – 60% from conventional system
Recently progress:

After 20 days at-site working, Ntesco’s team keep up with the progress

  • Zone 1: done 50% of the volume
  • Zone 2: done 20% of the volume

It indicates NTESCO’s commitment to ensuring the progress and quality of the project.

some pictures of NTESCO’s installation team at the site: