Mexican Institute of Water Technology

Mexican Institute of Water Technology

First created in 1986, as an autonomous public organization linked to the former Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources (SARH) with the main objective of developing technology and training the necessary qualified human resources in order to ensure the rational utilization and integrated management of water resources, today IMTA is a state-owned organization, with its own legal personality and assets, and coordinated by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat).

Located in Jiutepec, Morelos, IMTA occupies an area of 20 ha (49.5 acres) and has 23,000 2 (5.5 acres) of facilities. Its modern infrastructure includes 14 specialized laboratories; a training center, an environmental education area, and a Water Knowledge Center. The facilities of the Morelos campus of UNAM's Graduate Engineering Studies are also located within the premises of the Institute.

Certified under the ISO 9001:2008 standard, IMTA's services offer integrated solutions, tailored to specific needs, to a wide client portfolio that includes more than 150 public and private companies, both domestic and foreign, as well as international organizations

The innovative nature of the technical solutions that we offer allow our clients to:
•Reduce production costs by incorporating technologies designed to save water and use it efficiently
•Improve the quality of their products and services by integrating appropriate technologies to productive processes
•Comply with official standards related to the care and protection of the environment
•Increase their competitiveness by making their products meet quality standards
•Preserve the resource in order to ensure its present and future exploitation
•Strengthen the commitment of the productive sector with the environment and a good quality of life


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