Whether your business needs water to thrive or your customers need water for their safety and well-being, Xylem solves your most challenging problems.
From collection and distribution to reuse and return to nature, our highly efficient water technologies and application solutions not only use less energy and reduce life-cycle costs, but also promote sustainability.
Working in true partnerships with our customers, we listen, learn and adapt to local environments. This approach is why we are a world leader in the design, manufacturing and application of highly engineered wastewater and water system technologies for both private and public water supplies — customizable to your industry and available for every part of the life cycle of water.
At Xylem, we offer a complete range of advanced wastewater and water solutions across a number of different industries from public utilities to food and beverage. Whatever your industry, wherever you’re located, however you utilize water, we are always hard at work for you — and with you.
Supplying water systems for farmers and producers including stock water, wash and cooling.
Ensuring potable water is delivered, HVAC systems work efficiently and wastewater is extracted.
Providing wastewater and water solutions for construction, building, maintenance and repairs.
Supporting and driving industrial solutions for oceanographic, hydrographic and climate research.
Delivering quality control and analysis for beverage, wine, beer and food processing.
Offering accurate and reliable data to make critical water resource decisions at the local and national levels.
Installing millions of industrial wastewater and clean water systems and solutions worldwide for every conceivable industrial application.
Producing the widest range of pumps for the mining and mineral processing industry of any manufacturer in the world, designed for the most severe applications.
Supplying and treating water; and transporting, treating and analyzing wastewater for reuse or safe return to the environment.
Pumping water from its source and delivering to people’s homes, whether they’re on or off the municipal distribution grid.