Located in El Paso, the plant will add to the city’s drinking water supply and turn minerals from groundwater into commercial products.
The El Paso water utility said the plant is important per El Paso community not only for its ability to produce fresh water but also because of what its success may mean for the desalination industry.
The new facility is located next to the kay Bailey Hutchison Desalination Plant and it uses desalination technology to turn salty or brackish water into fresh water; the producer company said also that its technology can recover 99 percent of water.
The Texas-based company uses its technology to extract minerals and contaminants discharged in wastewater from the desalination process. The leftover salts and minerals are turned into commercial products for use in local markets.
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