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5 Hamatechet St, Hasharon Industrial Park

P.O Box 5016, Kadima 6092000, Israel

A world leader in water treatment solutions, IDE specializes in the development, engineering, construction and operation of enhanced desalination, industrial water treatment and water reuse solutions.

IDE leads the industry with some of the world’s largest and most advanced thermal and membrane desalination plants, for sea and brackish water.  It has an especially well-proven track record in the largest desalination plants worldwide, (in China, India, US, Australia and Israel). IDE also provides modular solutions that allow for easy expansion and IDE PROGREENTM, a chemical-free reverse osmosis modular desalination plants. 

In addition, IDE has proven experience in ground breaking industrial water treatment solutions with a comprehensive, integrated approach. 

Working in partnership with a wide range of customers – municipalities, oil & gas, mining, refineries and power stations – on all aspects of water projects, IDE delivers over 3 million m3/day of high quality water worldwide.

IDE listens first and then brings technological leadership, proven reliability and consistent delivery to all its customers.  IDE's highly experienced team knows that strong partnerships lead to success and growth. 

IDE has teams in the US, China, India, Australia, Chile and its head office in Israel, enabling full partnership anywhere in the world.

Selected References: Industrial Water Treatment

  • Bomo Environmental Engineering, Karamay, China 2017, 5,000 m³/d MVC

Selected References: Wastewater Reuse

  • Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board, Koyambedu, India 2019, 45,000 m³/d RO
  • Central Coast Blue, Pismo Beach, California, U.S.A. 2018, 163 m³/d RO

Selected References: Desalination plant supplier - Reverse Osmosis

  • OTEKO, Taman, Russia 2018, 11,000 m³/d BWRO
  • City of Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, U.S.A. 2017, 10,560 m³/d SWRO
  • Koh Tao Water, Koh Tao, Thailand 2014, 1,000 m³/d SWRO
  • State of Israel, Sorek, Israel 2013, 624,000 m³/d SWRO
  • Electricity Authority of Cyprus, Vasilikos, Cyprus 2012, 60,000 m³/d SWRO
  • State of Tamil Nadu, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 2012, 100,000 m³/d SWRO
  • State of Israel, Hadera, Israel 2010, 525,000 m³/d SWRO
  • Sino Iron, Cape Preston, WA, Australia 2010, 140,000 m³/d SWRO
  • Ashkelon, Israel 2005, 330,000 m³/d RO
  • WDD Water Dev. Dept, Larnaca, Cyprus 2001, 54,000 m³/d RO
  • San Diego County Water Authority, Carlsbad, California, U.S.A. 2015, 204,412 m³/d SWRO
  • Reliance, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India 2017, 168,000 m³/d SWRO
  • Formosa Petrochemical, Mai-Liao, Taiwan 2020, 105,000 m³/d SWRO

Selected References: Desalination plant supplier - Multi-Effect Distillation

  • Essar, Gujarat, India 2012, 48,000 m³/d MED
  • Corporacion Electrica National, Tacoa, Vargas State, Venezuela 2017, 3,600 m³/d MED
  • Tianjin SDIC, Tianjin, China 2013, 100,000 m³/d MED
  • Maec, Aktau, Kazakhstan 2008, 12,000 m³/d MED
  • Reliance, Jamnagar, India 2005, 14,400 m³/d MED
  • Hovensa, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands 2002, 6,000 m³/d MED
  • CA LA Electr., Tacoa Power, Venezuela 2001, 1,500 m³/d MED
  • Tianjin SDIC, Tianjin, China 2010, 100,000 m³/d MED
  • Reliance, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India 2013, 72,000 m³/d MED

Selected References: Desalination plant supplier - Mechanical Vapor Compression

  • Maire Engineering, Puerto Coronel, Chile 2009, 1,920 m³/d MVC
  • Posco E&C, Valparaiso, Chile 2008, 2,400 m³/d MVC
  • Reliance, Kakinada AP, India 2008, 2,400 m³/d MVC
  • Enersur, Ilo, Peru 2006, 1,500 m³/d MVC
  • NPCIL/TPL, Kudankulam, India 2006, 10,240 m³/d MVC
  • S. Moquegua Peru Copper Co., Peru 2005, 2,640 m³/d MVC
  • Endesa Generacion, Tenerife, Spain 2003, 1,500 m³/d MVC
  • Endesa, Canary Islands, Spain 2003, 1,392 m³/d MVC
  • Moss Landing, CA, U.S.A. 2002, 1,450 m³/d MVC
  • Maire Engineering, Puerto Coronel, Tocopilla, Chile 2011, 600 m³/d MVC
  • AES Norgener, Tocopilla, Chile 2014, 1,200 m³/d MVC
  • Minera Panama, Punta Rincon, Panama 2016, 1,920 m³/d MVC
  • Black Fox, Tocopilla, Chile 2015, 985 m³/d MVC
  • Guacolda Energia, Huasco, Chile 2015, 3,360 m³/d MVC


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