Seawater Desalination

Seawater Desalination

The practical solution to 21st-century farming
For years, salt-stressed coastal regions have been unproductive for crop-growing farmers. Saline soil and saline water hinder plant growth by inducing a drought-like state or ion toxicity. But we have found a sensible and realistic solution: Reverse-Osmosis Seawater Desalination.

The technology to a limitless resource providing the highest assurance of supply, seawater desalination is the practical solution to 21st-century farming.
Besides producing water at the level of millions of liters each day for human consumption, agriculture and industrial needs—seawater desalination can save farmers plenty of money down the line by providing water security. There’s just one problem: the upfront cost of purchasing a desalination plant is unaffordable for many small-scale farmers. But NuWater has the perfect solution for those farmers.

At NuWater, we design, build, own, lease, and operate modular and mobile water treatment and desalination plants that cut costs right in half. Besides supplying customers with our ground-breaking reverse-osmosis membrane technology, we can tailor our desalination plants to clean and produce 15 000 to 50 million liters of water of a day.

About NuWater Water Treatment

NuWater is a smart water treatment solutions company. We have evolved from a dynamic new start-up to becoming industry leaders who are at the forefront of intelligent water treatment solutions. We provide real solutions, solutions that are sustainable, mobile, adaptable, resourceful and efficient. Solutions that are changing lives, communities, businesses, ecosystems, and environments for the better.

NuWater is your business partner when it comes to water treatment and liquid waste management. Our appetite for innovation and our constant drive to search for new, cutting edge, novel technologies ensures that we can meet the needs of our customers. We are a technology-led engineering company that designs, builds, finances, operates and maintains water treatment plants. Plants that treat contaminated water for the provision of high-quality drinking and industrial process water from almost any water source.