Cadagua selects ERI for SWRO retrofit in Spain

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Spanish water firm Cadagua will retrofit its 140,000 m3/day Valdelentisco desalination plant in Murcia with technology from Energy Recovery Inc. (ERI).

Phase I of the project involves a retrofit of two reverse osmosis trains with PX technology, which capture hydraulic energy from the high-pressure reject stream and transfers this energy to low-pressure feed water.

Water produced by the desalination plant is supplied to the region of Murcia, through the distribution network of Mancomunidad de los Canales del Taibilla, the city of Cartagena and the Guadalentin Valley for irrigation.

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