Seawater desalination is an increasingly key solution for the scarcity of waterSeawater covers 71% of the planet surface and represents 97% of the world's water. With more than 40 years of experience, technologies and knowledge in desalination, Veolia Water Technologies supports municipalities and i
Seawater desalination is an increasingly key solution for the scarcity of water
Seawater covers 71% of the planet surface and represents 97% of the world's water. With more than 40 years of experience, technologies and knowledge in desalination, Veolia Water Technologies supports municipalities and industries around the world in the implementation of their seawater desalination strategies.
Our all-encompassing range of water treatment solutions and seawater desalination technologies are dedicated optimize the management of the water resources. Combined with local presence and a worldwide network of experts, we ensure our clients the best possible solutions to supply high quality water, manage brine concentrates, produce or recover energy, extract raw materials and capitalize on by-products.
Several Veolia subsidiaries specialize in desalination in specific sectors. They build seawater or brackish water desalination plants of all sizes, using four types of solutions: Multi-Stage Flash Distillation (MSF), Multiple Effect Distillation (MED), Reverse Osmosis Desalination (RO) and Hybrid desalination which couples MED and RO.
Whatever the water source, Veolia Water Technologies has built more than 1,950 Reverse Osmosis desalination plants and systems in 85 countries during the last four decades that produce more than 6.75 million m3/day of fresh water for both municipal and industrial needs. As an example, the Veolia-designed, built and operated Reverse Osmosis desalination facility in Sydney, Australia, provides up to 15% of the city's daily water needs. Ours leading technologies help reduce water scarcity.
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