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SUEZ has developed technologies to produce fresh water from seawater. It offers original and efficient processes at every stage of the water’s treatment, with particular emphasis on preliminary treatment upstream from the reverse osmosis desalination stage. In practical terms, this preliminary treatment stage governs the efficiency, reliability and durability of membrane systems.
Discover our desalination plants references and case studies, in order to produce drinking water from seawater.
Al Dur seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant (Bahrain)
Located in the South-West Coast of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Al Dur seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant has been designed and built by SUEZ, sub-contractor of Hyundai Heavy Industries Korea (HHI), in charge of Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the plant.
Bahia de Palma seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant (Spain)
Mallorca is Spain’s largest island with a population of around 540,000. During a severe drought in 1995 the island was forced to ship in water from mainland Spain which triggered the start of the Bahia De Palma desalination plant project.
Fujairah seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant (United Arab Emirates)
The Fujairah’s SWRO plant is part of the large complex proposed by Doosan to the UWEC (Union Water & Electricity Company) to fulfill its need of 500 MW (net output on the electrical grid) and 100 MIGD water production mainly used for irrigation of the Al-Ayn area due to severe depletion of the local aquifers.
Melbourne seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant (Australia)
The Victorian desalination plant, based near Wonthaggi, is able to provide a source of drinking water independent of rainfall and open-air storage for Melbourne and some regional communities. It will be capable of supplying up to 450,000 m3 of drinking water per day.