Foxconn Water Treatment is testing its water treatment process for the first time to see how the new water treatment plant in Foxconn, China will help to improve the quality of the water supply in China.
In fact, according to Foxconn chief Terry Gou, the water treatment facility in Foxford is already being tested.
“This facility is being tested now to see what it can do to improve water quality in China,” Gou said.
Foxconn announced in June that it would invest over $3 billion to build the water-treatment facility.
“Foxconn Water will be the first major facility to fully test its water-related technology to see if it is a good option to help our customers meet water quality standards,” Gou told The Associated Press.
“We expect the test to help improve water efficiency in our facilities as well as help reduce the amount of wastewater generated.”
The facility is scheduled to open by the end of 2019.