22 April 2019 - 17 Nisan 5779 - י"ז ניסן ה' אלפים תשע"ט
IDE Technologies to build desalination plant in Taiwan E-mail

IDE Technologies, an Israeli producer of water treatment solutions technology, has been commissioned by Taiwanese firm Formosa Petrochemical Corporation (FPCC), which is engaged in the refining and distribution of oil products, to build its Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant.

The desalination plant will be located at the Mai-Liao Power Corporation in Yunlin County, Taiwan, and will have a capacity of 105,000 m3/day. It will produce high-quality water for industrial applications.

IDE is providing Formosa with a solution that optimises the consumption of energy and chemicals, while also being highly cost-effective. The Taiwanese government recently reduced water rights for Formosa from natural sources to support agriculture, requiring the company to seek an independent water supply.

IDE’s solution in this new SWRO desalination plant will help the Mai-Liao Power Plant meet its water requirements and comply with the local regulations for the discharge of blowdown water.

This desalination plant will use IDE’s boron-removal system to be the world’s first to reach the extremely low and challenging boron concentration level requirement of less than 0.01 ppm. IDE will design the Formosa desalination plant, supply and install equipment, commission the plant, and supervise operation and maintenance for two years.

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