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Our Business

Oxidane is a strong leading organisation of technically & diversely qualified team members in the filed of environment, who believe providing adaptable, holistic and cost-effective solutions, with a sharp emphasis on systems and management inputs to our clients using the latest technology coupled with the best management pratices to provide customised solutions based on specific requirements.

We understand the requirement of our clients and help them by giving winning solutions in a cost-effective way. Our highly motivated teams, help clients get the extra edge over their competitors.

Oxidane provides complete solutions in water and expertise in designing Water Treatment systems. The services offered to almost all type of industries including Appartments, Hotels, Resorts, Layouts, Education Instituition, Various Industries etc.

Our Policy

Maintain an Environmental Management System to guide all of our activties, and be committed to the continual improvement of this system and to our overall environmental performance.

Comply with all relevant legislation and regulations and strive to exceed these whenever possible where appropriate, to encourage clients to pratice sound environmental management.


 

Innovation and Leadership in the Water Treatment Solution.

Oxidane Water Technologies provides the most comprehensive, cost-effective and reliable treatment systems and services

Featured Services

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Oxidane provides Rain Water Harvesting designs to its clients. View More

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Oxidane Provides the most feasible and cost effective water treatment solutions.

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Green Quotes

"More than 80% of sewage in developing countries is discharged untreated, polluting rivers, lakes and coastal areas."

 

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