World’s Largest Membrane-Based Wastewater Treatment Facility in Kuwait

February 18, 20152 Comments

3282891: Production Capacity of the Plant to be Increased from 375,000 to 600,000 Cubic Meters per Day to Become World’s Largest Membrane-Based Wastewater Treatment Facility.

2: GE to Provide Advanced ZeeWeed* 1000 Submerged Hollow-Fiber Membranes and AG LF Low-Fouling Reverse Osmosis Membranes.3″

3: The Advanced Technologies Enhance Operational Efficiency and Reduce Environmental Footprint.

“Sulaibiya Wastewater Treatment and Reclamation Plant leverages the world’s most advanced technologies to accelerate our operational efficiency and strengthen production capacity. This is led by our commitment to support the country in meeting its growing water requirements,” said Dr. Ibrahim Al-Ghusain, corporate director, Kharafi National. “In 2004, when the project was commissioned, it was the world’s largest to use reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration membrane-based water purification, also provided by GE. Through this expansion, we are taking our facility to the next level by continuing to use the most modern technologies available.”

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  1. Samir Kazi says:

    World’s Largest Membrane-Based Wastewater Treatment Facility in Kuwait

  2. Well done ..keep going ..be there for 'make in India '

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