Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has been one of the leading providers of desalination solutions since commissioning our first turnkey project in 1989. In addition to the 310 million imperial gallons per day (MIGD) of capacity currently under construction, our plants are producing 1300 MIGD of water for use by more than 19 million people in communities and
industries around the globe.
Our proven portfolio of Multi-Stage Flash (MSF), Multi-Effect Distillation (MED), and Reverse Osmosis (RO) technologies, which are continuously developed by our R&D centers in Changwon, Tampa and Dubai, enables us to deliver reliable and cost effective turnkey solutions with the shortest lead times in the industry for projects of various scales.
Doosan’s wide spectrum of products and services, which include engineering, procurement, construction and operation and maintenance for desalination and water treatment plants and systems, are actively marketed by our regional offices in the Americas, the Middle East, and South-East Asia along with our US subsidiary, Doosan Hydro Technology.
Samsung Engineering has been recognised for over 42 years of excellence in engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance for environmental, industrial and hydrocarbon plants and facilities. With 7,600 talented engineers and project managers, Samsung Engineering offers complete solutions in the water business value-chain, and has a proven track record of delivering plants on-schedule and safely.
Samsung Engineering has proven expertise in all processes of water treatment, including water supply (clean water, desalination), and utilities (ultra-pure water, industrial water), and reuse. The company is broadening its business to provide services for reverse osmosis desalination using membrane technology, as well as equity investment.
As a total environmental solutions provider for international markets, Samsung Engineering was awarded the IWA Project Innovation Award in 2008 for Respia, a large public partnership sewage project in Korea. In 2009, the ICAD industrial wastewater treatment plant in Abu Dhabi was successfully completed and is operational. The Bahrain Muharraq sewage treatment plant was the first build–own–operate project awarded to the company. Samsung Engineering was recognised for its instrumental role as the lead developer for Muharraq, receiving the 2011 ‘Deal of the Year’ honour from the Project Finance Institute.
Natural resources are not infinite. Each day, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT and its subsidiaries deal with the challenge of protecting resources by providing innovative solutions to industry and to millions of people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT supplies drinking water to 91 million people, provides wastewater treatment services for 63 million people, and collects the waste produced by close to 57 million people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT has 80,410 employees and, with its presence on five continents, is a world leader exclusively dedicated to water and waste management services.
A spin-off from ITT Corporation created in October 2011, Xylem is a global water leader deeply involved in every stage of the cycle of water—transporting, treating, testing and analyzing it, then returning it to the environment. Doing business in more than 150 countries, the company plays an important role in improving quality of life, and helps communities to grow, farms to prosper and industries to thrive. ‘Xylem’ is the Greek word for the tissue that moves water in plants. Following the spin-off, Xylem has retained its industry-leading product brands such as Flygt, Goulds Water Technology, WEDECO, Godwin Pumps, WTW, Flojet, Bell & Gossett, Lowara and many others. Serving the municipal water, wastewater, residential and commercial building services and industrial markets, it produces highly efficient products and systems that require less maintenance, use less energy and provide environmental benefits to users and communities. Through its social investment arm, Watermark, Xylem offers critical assistance in water emergencies and helps provide safe water, sanitation and hygiene education for children and families through school-based programs in developing countries.