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720,000 GPD of Drinking Water Produced for Industrial Plant in Ras Laffan, Qatar

MECO supplied two vapor compression desalination plants to a large Japanese engineering company that specialized in industrial facilities, particularly oil refineries and LNG facilities. The three units were installed at a LNG facility accommodation camp in Ras Laffan, Qatar. The three plants produced 720,000 gallons of fresh drinking water per day for more than 6,000 people who developed the site. MECO has been supplying fresh water to industrial plants for over 45 years.

MECO is a world leader in the design and construction of engineered products for water purification serving industries where water is considered a critical utility. MECO designs and constructs proprietary machinery and systems for the biopharmaceutical industry where ultrapure water is the primary ingredient in the manufacture of drugs and medical devices. The company manufactures a broad base of desalination technologies to the offshore oil and gas industry for use on platforms, drilling rigs and remote locations. Armed forces of the United States and other countries have used MECO products since World War II.

Qatar Drinking Water Produced for Industrial Plant