Sea and Brackish Water Desalination
Offering more performance.
Approximately 97.5% of the world’s available water reserves consist of seawater containing salt, which is therefore undrinkable. Many countries of the world are suffering from an acute water shortage. Accordingly, the desalination of sea and brackish water has gained enormously in importance and is now a technically and economically recognised method of obtaining clean drinking water and process water for industrial operations.
WABAG has over 30 years of experience in this sector is one of the world’s few companies to possess a complete range of technologies for the desalination of sea- and brackish water. Indeed, WABAG is able to offer optimised, tailor-made solutions for both the production of drinking water and industrial desalination.
- Reverse osmosis
- Thermal desalination
- Ion exchange
WABAG has designed, installed and successfully commissioned over 100 plants worldwide.
- Al Ghubra, Muscat, Oman
Reverse Osmosis, 191,000 m3/d, potable water
- Nemmeli, Chennai, India
Reverse osmosis, 100,000 m3/d, potable water
- Al Wasia, Saudi-Arabia
Reverse osmosis, up to 200,000 m3/d, potable water
- Suralaya, Java, Indonesia
MED-TVC, 6,000 m3/d, process water/potable water
- AVR Rotterdam, The Netherlands
MED, 24,000 m3/d, process water