Evoqua's evolutionary step to electrochemical seawater desalination

Evoqua Water Technologies, working with PUB, will build a new seawater desalination demonstration plant using Evoqua’s patented Nexed electrochemical process in Tuas, Singapore. The plant is capable of producing 1,900 m3/day. Evoqua will also design and construct an adjacent 3,800 m3/day plant wi...

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