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Scotland, Balmoral Estates Hydro Energy with Flowtite pressure pipes

Hydropower supplies more than 70% of all renewable electricity worldwide. For over a century the UK has generated hydroeletric power by harnessing fast flowing water to turn turbines to generate electricity. In 1898 during the reign of Victoria, the first hydroelectric turbine was installed to provide electric light to Balmoral Castle, since then two further […]


Regenwassermanagement in Mülheim an der Ruhr

  Stimmiges Regenwassermanagement mit Amiblu GFKRohren und Flüssigboden Dünnwandig, aber trotzdem stabil, dabei leicht und auf der Baustelle gut zu händeln: In der Mülheimer Papenbuschstraße erwiesen sich GFK-Rohre von Amiblu sowohl für die auftraggebende medl GmbH als auch für die ausführende Geo-Bau GmbH & Co. KG als optimale Lösung. In Kombination mit Flüssigboden konnte auf […]


HOBAS Pipes Do a Power of Good

After 45 years of operation, the coal-fired power generating station of Bouchain, located in France’s northernmost region Nord-Pas-de-Calais, has been replaced by a combined cycle power plant (CCPP). This project is part of the modernization plan of all fossil-fired power plants of the French company EDF (Electricité De France). EDF is the world’s largest energy […]


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Over 30,000 projects in over 125 countries in over 60 years: Discover spectacular and technically challenging construction works with Amiblu’s technologies (Flowtite, Hobas, Amiblu, Amiscreen) in our reference database.


Our footprint

We aim to have life cycle assessments for all products by end of 2022 and a carbon-neutral pipe production by 2030. We use the resources we have—our business, our voice, and our network—to fight the climate crisis and inspire people around the globe to value water as we should.