Cost effective technologies to take advantage of a variety or water sources to produce clean drinking water and industrial process water:
1. Fresh water
2. Brackish water
3. Seawater or saline water
Water obtained from a water well or other brackish sources can be treated with a compact plant handling a sequence of filtration, reverse osmosis and dosification processes specifically designed to get the water quality required.
A high-output, membrane-based and efficient seawater desalination solution is the best option to treat this type of water.
Pretreatment, reverse osmosis, and post-treatment processeses considering the specific characteristics of the water intake are applied in order to obtain quality water and optimal plant performance.
High-concentration solutions of salt are also treatable and may provide process water and fresh water, particularly when specific water recovery policies require so.
In line with the treatment of less saturated water sources, efficiency is a high priority when designing a water treatment solution for brine sources.
Water from non-saline sources such as rivers, lakes, or wells is treated using advanced membrane filtration technologies to remove turbidity, microbes, and other solids, bringing water up to potable standards.
Modular self-contained systems are available for this task.