Water, essential for life, is also a fundamental ingredient for the success of hotels and resorts worldwide. These businesses are large consumers of water for use in gardens, pools, kitchens, cleaning, hygiene, and much more. As a result, a reliable and high-quality water supply is crucial to ensure guest satisfaction, the primary goal of every tourism-related business. However, many of these hotels are located in coastal regions where water supply is deficient, and the situation is deteriorating further due to climate change/climate emergency.
In the face of this unsustainable situation in the long term, reverse osmosis desalination plants present themselves as a completely viable solution for producing water consumed in the tourism sector from seawater (or well water) with a high salt content. Reverse osmosis is a well-established desalination technology that has been successfully used for decades. It utilizes a semi-permeable membrane with tiny pores to remove all salts and impurities from water, making it usable. Therefore, with such an installation, hotels can have a continuous supply of high-quality water from an unlimited source like the sea.
At IMWATER, we are specialize in the custom design and manufacturing of reverse osmosis plants with the highest quality standards and a “plug & play” philosophy. This means that the plants are pre-installed in our facilities in Spain as modules in metal structures or directly in shipping containers to minimize installation and commissioning work. At IMWATER, we offer personalized guidance from the conception stage of the plant to support during assembly and commissioning. Additionally, we provide long-term maintenance service and supply all types of spare parts and consumables necessary for the proper operation of the plant.
IMWATER has successful case studies of such desalination installations in islands like Ibiza, the Canary Islands, or the Dominican Republic. If you have any doubts about our services, you can contact us through the Contact Form on our website and request more information or a quotation for your specific case.