THE SALINE FEEDWATER IS DRAWN FROM OCEANIC OR UNDERGROUND SOURCES.
WPP uses the latest reverse osmosis desalinization/purification technology to turn seawater, surface water, brackish water, waste water and other polluted water into potable drinking water. In a single step, the system filters, softens and disinfects these water resources to produce water that meets who’s regulations for drinking water. The system also clears away naturally occurring organics and minerals, as well as contaminants from pollution, reduces salts, hardness, nitrates, pesticides, color, bacteria, viruses and disinfection byproducts.
The proposed desalinization/purification plant provides 250,000 gallons (946,250 liters) of potable water per day with a low energy consumption of 2.45 kWh per cubic meter of water. The reason for this low consumption of electricity is an energy recovery system incorporated into the plant. This volume of potable water can easily and at low cost be expanded through the addition of other desalinization/purification plants. Below are schema and pictures of the water desalinization/purification plant.