What is Climate-neutral “Green” Desalination

South Africa has major plans to become Africa’s innovation hub - with its laws, taxes and regulations paving the way for other African nations to build on the local experiences of overcoming power and water shortages. South Africa has designed and implemented new independent economic development zones to strengthen local content application and to create sustainable jobs for its citizens.

Water shortages are hitting the whole African continent hard, and with global warming, more regions are to experience drought conditions.


Climate-neutral desalination relies solely on renewable energy which doesn’t produce GHGs and contribute to climate change. MEB has been in the industry for over 10 years, and we have mastered treating seawater or brackish aquifers on all scales, from small, decentralized rural installations to the kinds of megaprojects that transformed nations in arid regions - while minimizing or eliminating completely, the associated greenhouse gas emissions.


Specialists around the world have pointed out that while the world population is steadily increasing, the amount of fresh water is pretty much a fixed asset. We have an incredible resource in the ocean, with all the water developing coastal nations could want. That’s why we believe it is vital to find a way to provide carbon neutral access to clean safe drinking water that doesn’t impact the environment in a negative way.


Chat to our seasoned specialists to find out more about your green desalination options.


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