Drinking Water for Lipari Island, The urgent advance supply guarantees drinking water during the high season



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Drinking Water for Lipari Island, The urgent advance supply guarantees drinking water during the high season, Water treatment projects in Italy, Euro Mec was contracted for the supply of a new sea water desalination plant producing 450 m3/hr, 10,800 m3/day, of drinking water to Lipari Island. The project kicked off with the advance delivery of the first section of the reverse osmosis plant just in time for the island's summer high season when drinking water demand peaks.


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Drinking Water for Lipari Island
 
The urgent advance supply guarantees drinking water during the high season


Lipari is the largest of Italy’s Aeolian Islands, a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site and popular tourist destination.

Lipari’s population doubles in the Summer months putting pressure on the island’s drinking water supply and for this reason Euro Mec was contracted to supply a drinking water plant treating water from the surrounding Tyrrhenian Sea.

The plant was designed to be realized in different stages. The first stage consisted of the urgent advance supply of the first section of the plant with a flow rate of 150 m³/hour, operating 24 hours per day for a total production of 3600 m³/day of drinking water. This important advance delivery was completed in July just in time to accommodate the peak of the high season in August when tourists flock to the picturesque islands for Summer holidays.

The total flow rate of the desalination plant is 450 m3/hr, 10,800 m3/day, and this is achieved in three sections, each of which produces 150 m3/hr. Each section can be managed independently to satisfy the fluctuating demand for drinking water on the island.

The water treatment plant is a skid mounted reverse osmosis (RO) desalination plant producing drinking water from sea water and was designed to work with power supplied by a photovoltaic system. The unique configuration of the plant optimizes performance and also ensure easy access for management and maintenance of the equipment.

Euro Mec engineers and technicians worked on the installation and start up of the plant and provided training and ongoing support to local operators to ensure the high quality of the drinking water being produced. 

   Project Data Sheet - English
   Scheda di progetto - Italiano
   Hoja de Proyecto - EspaƱol




View over Lipari Island
View over Lipari Island
Island arrival
Island arrival
Delivery to site
Delivery to site
Plant installation
Plant installation


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