For over 20 years, MevaP­ol has been the exclu­sive dis­trib­u­tor of Stein­hardt prod­ucts in Poland. The fruit­ful coop­er­a­tion with Stein­hardt GmbH con­tin­ues, too, fol­low­ing the recent gen­er­a­tional change at MevaP­ol. Krysti­na Tay­lor, the pre­vi­ous own­er of Mevap­ol, has sold her shares and hand­ed over the company’s busi­ness to her son-in-law, Pawel Meiss­ner, who is the new man­ag­ing partner. 

Fund­ed by the Ger­man Fed­er­a­tion of Indus­tri­al Research Asso­ci­a­tions — AiF – work start­ed in July 2020 at Stein­hardt GmbH on a new research project, sched­uled to last 2 years. Its aim is to eval­u­ate the micro­bi­o­log­i­cal clean­ing per­for­mance of a hydro­dy­nam­ic cav­i­ta­tion system.
In human med­i­cine, around 700 to 800 tonnes of antibi­otics are con­sumed annu­al­ly in Ger­many and in vet­eri­nary med­i­cine the fig­ure is even twice as high. 

Zuverlässig und ohne Fremdernergie arbeitet der HydroSlide-Typ V auch als Abflussregler in Regenüberlaufbecken – hier im Mai 2020 in Thailand.

After days of rain­fall in the Nong Yai dis­trict of the Thai province of Chon­buri, the new­ly installed HydroSlide V‑type flow reg­u­la­tor was able to prove its reliability.

The ori­fice plate of the VN-type dis­charge con­troller, which has been installed in a new stormwa­ter over­flow basin, is moved ver­ti­cal­ly in front of the pas­sage open­ing by means of a float mech­a­nism. In this way, it reg­u­lates the flow auto­mat­i­cal­ly and with­out exter­nal ener­gy to the set max­i­mum flow rate.

01 process, 02 resource-friendly, 03 energy-saving

Jörg Stein­hardt held a keynote speech on sus­tain­abil­i­ty at the Chi­na Urban Water Association’s 14th inter­na­tion­al con­fer­ence at the end of Novem­ber 2019. In co-oper­a­tion with Stein­hardt GmbH’s Chi­nese part­ners, Gu Hong, “Select­ed ener­getic opti­mised process­es and tech­niques for stormwa­ter basins and sep­a­rat­ing struc­tures” were presented. 

Steinhardt VDI Entrepreneur Forum

The VDI’s Entre­pre­neur Forum held on 3rd March in Taunusstein demon­strat­ed that valu­able exper­tise and insight is very much present on a region­al lev­el. Wolf­gang Truss, Dipl.-Ing. and Direc­tor of the VDI Rhein­gau Region­al Branch, is respon­si­ble for the organ­i­sa­tion of the forum series. Stein­hardt GmbH host­ed the well-attend­ed meet­ing dur­ing which guest com­pa­nies gained not just an insight into Steinhardt’s prod­uct diver­si­ty but were also shown key fac­tors lead­ing to the suc­cess of the inter­na­tion­al­ly active medi­um-sized business.


It was Stein­hardt GmbH’s first appear­ance as a mem­ber of the inter­na­tion­al­ly active ABIONIK Group in Chica­go at the WEFTEC 2019, North America’s most impor­tant con­fer­ence and exhi­bi­tion for spe­cial­ists involved in all aspects of water quality. 

Ingo Mayer auf Schwammstadt-Forum in Südchina

At the Nation­al Sponge City Forum 2019 in South Chi­na, the Man­ag­ing Direc­tor of Stein­hardt GmbH, Mr. Ingo May­er, togeth­er with Steinhardt’s Chi­nese part­ner com­pa­ny GuHong, pre­sent­ed cur­rent project-relat­ed mea­sures for sus­tain­able stormwa­ter man­age­ment and treat­ment as well as flood protection.

For the last ten years, we have been con­sol­i­dat­ing Steinhardt’s posi­tion on the field of nation­al and inter­na­tion­al com­pe­ti­tion. Exist­ing prod­ucts have under­gone fine-tun­ing and new prod­uct ranges for flood pro­tec­tion and process water tech­nol­o­gy have been estab­lished. Against the recog­ni­tion that small com­pa­nies are no match for glob­al play­ers, we have built up part­ner­ships with com­pe­tent firms whose inno­v­a­tive prod­ucts will broad­en future busi­ness oppor­tu­ni­ties and ensure growth. 

HydroSlide MINI DR 1400 flow regulator

A huge stormwa­ter reten­tion basin, part­ly with dammed embank­ments, has been con­struct­ed at the new indus­try park WHA East­ern Seaboard Indus­tri­al State 4, in Ray­ong, Thai­land, to safe­guard against mon­soon flood­ing. The no-main­te­nance and pow­er-free flow reg­u­la­tor HydroSlide MINI DR 1400, here with an out­flow of 4,000 l/s, pro­tects the low­er lying area …

Building site in Shanghai

In order to min­imise the risk of flood­ing and unwant­ed over­spill into receiv­ing waters dur­ing storm events, the city of Shang­hai is plan­ning a 15 km-long tun­nel with a diam­e­ter of 10 meters beneath the Riv­er Suzhou.