California-based company Energy Recovery has secured nearly $25 million in contracts to supply seawater reverse osmosis plants (SWRO) in Saudi Arabia with PX Pressure Exchanger devices. Combined, these plants are expected to carry a capacity of 1 million cubic meters of water per day. Upon completion, the project will produce one of the lowest tariffs of desalinated water in the Middle East at $0.32 per cubic meter, while energy costs will decrease by $2.34 billion annually.
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