Brackish water is water with salinity levels between seawater and freshwater. It usually occurs underground and in aquifers, when seawater or minerals dissolve in groundwater. Brackish water can be used as a resource for both potable and non-potable purposes, and is much easier to desalinate than seawater.
Reverse Osmosis is a separation process that uses pressure to force a solution from an area of high concentration of solute to a region of low concentration – basically, the opposite of osmosis, where water naturally moves from an area of high concentration of water, to an area with lower concentration of it.
Brackish water treatment by Reverse Osmosis can have the following applications after being treated:
Dialysis for kidney treatment
Concentration of liquids in the food industry
Domestic use, such as bathing, washing, etc
Using treated brackish water in these areas is cost-effective, and reduces environmental impact. It is a futuristic and sustainable solution for the planet. At WSCO, we specialize in making RO plants for Brackish Water Treatment, and can customize water purification solutions for you, no matter your requirement.