Facilitating access to quality water anywhere on the planet
Water in the residential sector
Demand for water in the residential sector has been steadily increasing, in line with the sustained growth of the world’s population. Similarly, the effects of environmental pollution and climate change are issues of vital importance to take into account in meeting global demand and addressing supply problems, which undermine its availability in quantity and quality.
Technology to marine standards
Gefico units for use on Land are designed based on the demanding requirements of the marine sector, which gives them even more robustness and durability. This is an extra guarantee to meet the needs of quality water in towns, cities and communities.
Challenge: Delocalised supply of drinking water, based on seawater.
Solution: Reverse Osmosis desalination plant installed in an ISO 20-foot container, with a production capacity of 240 tonnes of drinking water per day.
Restauration Complex – Islas Cíes
Challenge: to provide the complex with full autonomy of drinking water supply in a place where the availability of such a resource is minimal, as is usually the case on islands.
Solution: installation of two Gefico reverse osmosis drinking water purification plants.
Puerto Lobito – Angola
Challenge: to provide drinking water to the town of Puerto Lobito, which has limited development conditions.
Solution: Install two units of equipment in separate 40-foot containers. Each container is equipped with a reverse osmosis unit model AQE-60D, with the appropriate pre and post-treatment system to obtain drinking water from seawater, in accordance with WHO requirements.
Globally present since 1979