Florida’s Prospect Lake Clean Water Center breaks ground

Jan. 22, 2024
The City of Fort Lauderdale’s Prospect Lake Clean Water Center will use nanofiltration and ion exchange technology to produce 50 MGD of treated water per day.

IDE Technologies announced the groundbreaking of the Prospect Lake Clean Water Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The City of Fort Lauderdale, Ridgewood Infrastructure, and IDE Technologies celebrated the commencement of the new large-scale water treatment facility.

Once in operation, the Prospect Lake Clean Water Center will use nanofiltration and ion exchange technology to produce 50 million gallons of treated water per day, improving the sustainability of the City of Fort Lauderdale water supply.

“We are thrilled to witness the beginning stage of the much anticipated success for the Prospect Lake Clean Water Center,” said Lihy Teuerstein, CEO, IDE Water Assets. “This plant, which will replace the city’s existing water treatment plant, is a critical part of IDE’s mission to make clean water accessible to regions across the globe. We remain heavily invested in protecting and preserving our planet’s greatest resource, as seen here today.”