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High quality machines, plants and stainless steel equipment for the treatment of municipal and industrial water, wastewater and sludge

As an international company we support our customers worldwide with efficient and innovative solutions and processes, competent advice and reliable service. More than 50,000 installations of HUBER plants world-wide contribute to a sustainable use of water, energy and resources.

Products and equipment for your individual needs

A full range of machines and plants for treatment of wastewater, process water, potable water, grit and sludge from one source.


HUBER Solutions - for local and global challenges

We offer innovative and reliable solutions for sparing and sustainable management of scarce resources, for recovery and recycling of energy and materials.



HUBER SE at IFAT 2022 29.04.2022  | After four years of waiting, the time has come again: IFAT, the world’s most important trade fair in the field of environmental technologies, will take place at Messe München from 30 May to 3 June. HUBER will be presenting around 50 products in Hall A2 at Stand 351, including numerous new and further developments. (daha)
Cliché-free career orientation: Nine girls gain valuable experience at HUBER SE on Girls’ Day 28.04.2022  | On Thursday, 28 April, nine girls visited HUBER SE at the company’s headquarters in Berching to learn about apprenticeships in the fields of wastewater technology, construction, crafts, mechatronics and IT on Girls’ Day 2022. HUBER participated in Girls’ Day for the eleventh time. (daha)
Showcase project officially inaugurated: sustainable and innovative sewage sludge utilisation plant of sludge2energy GmbH in Halle-Lochau 12.04.2022  | On Thursday, 7 April, sludge2energy GmbH officially inaugurated the sewage sludge mono-incineration plant in Halle-Lochau (Saxony-Anhalt). In future, the plant will thermally utilise up to 33,000 tonnes of dewatered and 2,750 tonnes of dried sewage sludge per year. The total investment volume of the project amounts to about 30 million euros. (daha)
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