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14400 Carlson Circle,
United States of America
T: +1 813 855 8636
F: +1 813 855 8631

Seven Seas Water is a multinational developer, owner and operator of water and wastewater production and treatment plants and businesses. We design, build, acquire, re-build, and operate. Our extraordinarily reliable solutions address the challenges of water resource management through our Water-as-a-Service® offerings – an alternative partnership approach to tackling water and wastewater inefficiencies for municipal, industrial and commercial clients. Seven Seas Water has facilities across the United States, Caribbean and Latin America.

Seven Seas Water’s team of plant operators, engineers and management are among the most experienced in the modern water industry. We have designed, owned or operated thousands of water and wastewater plants since the 1970s. We believe we own the most reliable and efficient water plants and deliver the most cost-effective wastewater treatment solutions available. We think and behave as owners – for the long run. Our customers benefit from our experience and our unique Water-as-a-Service® approach: guaranteed water quality, quantity and price.

Seven Seas Water is a Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners portfolio company. Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners is a leading global infrastructure investment platform.  

Selected References: Water Supplier

  • Aquas de Bayovar, Piura, Peru 2016, 10,220 m³/d RO
  • Richmond Estate Power Plant Land Based Facility, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands 2012, 14,004 m³/d RO
  • Randolph E Harley Power Plant Land Based Facility, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 2011, 12,490 m³/d RO
  • Limetree Bay Terminals, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands 2011, 2,462 m³/d RO
  • Point Fortin SWRO, Trinidad and Tobago 2010, 25,362 m³/d RO
  • Paraquita Bay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands 2010, 10,598 m³/d RO
  • Curacao Refinery Utility, Curacao 2008, 18,546 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Cupecoy, Cay Bay, Pointe Blanche SWRO, Sint Maarten 2007, 21,955 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Retail Water Services, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands 2007, 1,892 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Exuma Emerald Bay SWRO, Exuma, Bahamas 2002, 3,785 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)