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The segment operates urban water business (sewage, water supply and reclaimed water treatment), integrated water environment renovation, seawater desalination, membrane technology and industrial wastewater treatment, etc. The water treatment capacity is 44.29 million tons/day. It participates in 1,447 water plants that spread across 29 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions in mainland China as well as countries and regions including Malaysia, Singapore, Portugal etc. The business has a strategic nationwide service network and also strong presence in overseas markets. The major enterprise operating the business is Beijing Enterprises Water Group Limited.

BE Water
BE Water integrates industrial investment, design, construction, operation, technical service and capital operation. Adhering to the business purpose of "customer orientation through innovation capability", BE Water is committed to becoming a trusted and developing-leading world-class water environmental service provider. BE Water has topped the list of "Top 10 Influential Enterprises in China’s Water Industry" for more than ten consecutive years. It is a listed company on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (0371.HK) and a constituent of the Hang Seng Composite Index and the Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index.

Annam Wetland, PPP Project of Xinfeng River Basin Comprehensive Governance Project, Daxing District, Beijing