China starts operations projected to develop a zero-waste seawater desalination plant in 2019. The plant will be build in Tianjin Municipality’s Nangang Industrial Zone and it will aim not only to provide treated seawater for industrial use but also to produce salt and other chemicals as well as maintain cleanliness on nearby environment.

This project is one of the programs China and Malaysia have agreed to work with during the recent visit of Malaysian Prime Minister to China. China has already built 112 water desalination facilities with a daily treatment capacity of 1,08 million cubic meters.

For Desalination Plants PARCOL  provides solutions for thermal (MED, MSF) and reverse osmosis desalination plants. Typical services: brine Dp, brine recirculation, steam to brine heater, sea water make-up. More information available at the website



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.