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2-8,
Shinsuna 1-chome,
Koto-ku,
136-8631 Tokyo,
Japan
T: +81 3 5635 5100
F: +81 3 3699 7240

ORGANO is a pioneer of water treatment engineering company in Japan established since 1946.
Our water treatment technology has contributed to both development of industry and protection of environment. In addition to engineering of water treatment plant, Organo can provide chemicals for water treatment for better operation.
Especially our RO chemicals (Biocide and Antiscalant) will provide solution for stable operation and lower operation cost of RO system.

New biocide for RO water ORPERSION E2661A
Traditionally, RO water processing biocides have suffered from issues such as reduction of processed water quality, insufficient slime clearing and damage to RO membranes.
ORPERSION E2661A (NSF certified chemical) offers high biocidal and slime-clearing effectiveness, without damaging RO membranes.
Its combination of biofilm degradation (instant action) and biofilm permeability (ongoing effects) makes effective RO water processing possible.
Using ORPERSION E2661A can extend RO membrane lifespans, reduce energy consumption, frequency of – or fully eliminate – CIP work and consumption of biocide, reduce operation cost and ensure stable operation.


Selected References: Desalination plant supplier

  • Bintuni, Indonesia 2018, 1,500 m³/d RO
  • Bintuni, Indonesia 2018, 1,500 m³/d RO
  • Vietnam 2017, 4,140 m³/d RO
  • Kagoshima, Japan 2017, 500 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2016, 30,000 m³/d RO
  • Cilegon, Banten, Indonesia 2016, 5,400 m³/d RO
  • Cilegon, Banten, Indonesia 2016, 4,848 m³/d RO
  • Indonesia 2016, 4,800 m³/d RO
  • Bintuni, Papua, Indonesia 2016, 3,500 m³/d RO
  • Malaysia 2016, 1,440 m³/d RO
  • Kansai, Japan 2016, 1,200 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2016, 900 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2015, 24,000 m³/d RO
  • Chubu , Japan 2015, 20,000 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2015, 16,000 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2015, 6,700 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2015, 5,800 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2015, 3,800 m³/d ED
  • Chugoku, Japan 2015, 3,700 m³/d RO
  • Malaysia 2015, 2,400 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu , Japan 2015, 1,800 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu , Japan 2015, 1,700 m³/d ED
  • China 2015, 1,700 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu , Japan 2015, 1,200 m³/d RO
  • Tohoku, Japan 2015, 500 m³/d ED
  • Kansai, Japan 2015, 500 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2014, 20,000 m³/d RO
  • Chubu , Japan 2014, 11,000 m³/d RO
  • Shikoku, Japan 2014, 1,400 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu , Japan 2014, 1,300 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2014, 500 m³/d RO
  • Chubu, Japan 2014, 400 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2014, 260 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2014, 150 m³/d RO
  • Tohoku, Japan 2014, 100 m³/d RO
  • Chubu , Japan 2013, 1,000 m³/d ED
  • PT. Citicon BWRO, Indonesia 2013, 264 m³/d RO
  • PT. Citicon SWRO, Indonesia 2013, 98 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2011, 12,000 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2011, 11,000 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2011, 2,640 m³/d RO
  • PT. Indonesia Power SWRO, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia 2011, 746 m³/d RO
  • PT. Indonesia Power BWRO, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia 2011, 634 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2010, 19,200 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2010, 12,000 m³/d RO
  • China 2010, 3,000 m³/d RO
  • Hokuriku, Japan 2010, 1,440 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2009, 16,000 m³/d RO
  • Kansai, Japan 2008, 18,200 m³/d RO
  • Taiwan 2008, 16,000 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2008, 4,300 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2008, 3,300 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2008, 2,500 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2008, 2,400 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2008, 480 m³/d RO
  • Kansai, Japan 2008, 480 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2007, 11,900 m³/d RO
  • Tohoku, Japan 2007, 2,300 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2007, 1,440 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2007, 1,295 m³/d RO
  • Chubu, Japan 2007, 1,040 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2007, 720 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2007, 500 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2007, 360 m³/d RO
  • Chubu, Japan 2006, 6,900 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2006, 4,000 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2006, 3,600 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2006, 3,400 m³/d RO
  • Hokkaido, Japan 2006, 3,360 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2006, 2,000 m³/d RO
  • Chubu, Japan 2006, 1,920 m³/d RO
  • Chugoku, Japan 2006, 1,600 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2006, 1,280 m³/d RO
  • Chubu, Japan 2006, 1,280 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2006, 960 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2006, 840 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2006, 640 m³/d RO
  • Tohoku, Japan 2006, 480 m³/d RO
  • Chubu, Japan 2006, 420 m³/d RO
  • Tohoku, Japan 2006, 420 m³/d RO
  • Chubu, Japan 2006, 360 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2006, 240 m³/d RO
  • Kansai, Japan 2006, 120 m³/d RO
  • Kyushu, Japan 2004, 1,200 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2004, 1,000 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2004, 920 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2004, 350 m³/d RO
  • Tohoku, Japan 2004, 300 m³/d RO
  • Kanto, Japan 2004, 230 m³/d RO
  • Kansai, Japan 2004, 170 m³/d RO
  • Tohoku, Japan 2004, 120 m³/d RO
  • Tomari Nuclear Power Station, Hokkaido, Japan, 3,000 m³/d RO

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