Move coincides with launch of temporary desalination solution
Rental Solutions & Services (RSS) has launched a temporary desalination solution or mobile desalinated water system. The launch coincides with the opening of its new office in Cyprus to serve the Mediterranean market.
Saying that the Cyprus office will be the hub to ensure uninterrupted supply of fresh water to several islands and resorts, Milan Balac, Managing Director of RSS, added, “Aside from the Middle East and the Asian region, we are confident that our rental power, temporary cooling and mobile desalination plant will benefit the Mediterranean region, in particular Cyprus, Montenegro, Gibraltar, Spain, Monaco, Italy, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.”
Simon Urquhart, Group Technical Manager for RSS’ mobile desalination division, said that the RSS mobile desalination system used the reverse osmosis technology. “In layman’s terms, we can convert brackish water from a river, lake or bore hole to potable water, and we can also convert sea-water to potable fresh water (complying with all European potable water standards),” Urquhart said. “The potable water can be consumed for drinking, cleaning, irrigation or other applications.”
Lee Cox, General Manager for Southern Gulf, cited various areas of application for its new products and services to a wide spectrum of clientele. Among them are the construction industry, district cooling and semiconductor plants, the military and government agencies, hospitals, power plants, refineries, pulp and paper industries, steel, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, textile, laundry, agricultural and green house sectors and livestock farms.
RSS is looking at servicing the Gulf region as well as Central Asia, Yemen, India and Pakistan.