Reverse osmosis solution to expand India's largest desalination plant

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KADIMA, ISRAEL, Dec. 12, 2013 -- Reliance Industries Ltd., India's largest private sector company, has ordered its first seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) solution from IDE Technologies, a global provider of water treatment solutions. 

Reliance chose IDE's SWRO desalination solution to meet the increased water capacity needs of the plant at one of India's largest oil refineries. Further, the new SWRO plant will yield pure processed water and will reside close to the sea, decreasing the length of pipes and thereby reducing costs related to pumping. 

About IDE Technologies

IDE is a provider of water treatment solutions. It specializes in the development, engineering, construction and operation of some of the world’s largest and most advanced thermal and membrane desalination facilities and industrial water treatment plants. IDE partners with a wide range of municipalities, oil & gas, mining, refineries and power stations on all aspects of water projects, and delivers approximately 3 million m3/day of high quality water worldwide. For more information, visit www.ide-tech.com.

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