CANONSBURG, October 2008 – Aquatech International Corporation, a leader in the field of water and waste water treatment, desalination, water reuse, and zero liquid discharge, has recently received an order from Gemma Power Systems for the Colusa Power Station in Maxwell, California.
Aquatech will design, manufacture and supply Potable Ultrafiltration, Wastewater Ultrafiltration, Reverse Osmosis and a waste water Forced Circulation Crystallizer. This equipment will receive surface water canal feed to generate 300 gpm treated process water and treat 500 gpm generated waste water to achieve zero liquid discharge.
The equipment is scheduled to be delivered in fall of 2009.
This 640 MW combined cycle power plant is owned by Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E).
Aquatech International (www.aquatech.com), headquartered in Canonsburg, PA, specializes in industrial and infrastructure water purification. Primary product groups offered by Aquatech are Raw Water Treatment, Ion Exchange, Membrane Processes, Wastewater Recycle / Reuse, Zero Liquid Discharge, Industrial Concentration and Desalination. In the past 25 years Aquatech has executed over 1000 heavy industrial projects, integrating several of its product groups, in over 56 countries across the globe for the power generation, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, microelectronics, and other industries. Aquatech, through its subsidiaries and offices, has global sourcing and fabrication capabilities to suit logistics of project sites throughout the world.