Desalination And Sewage

Home  /  Desalination And Sewage

Water comprises 70% of the earth. However, only small quantity of these could be use for human consumption as most of it is salt

Desalination And Sewage | Mohamed Dekkak | Adgeco Group

Desalination And Sewage

water. Through desalination, seawater could now be use to provide safe and reliable supply of drinking water. But another issue arises in the production of fresh water; the cost. Continuous research, development and innovations have provided technologies allowing governments to produce the needed supply of water and reduce costs.

In United Arab Emirates, water supply is greatly derived from desalination of seawater, at the same time; wastewater is treated to be use for irrigating green spaces, cleaning, farming, industrial use and urban use, recreational and environmental uses. Use of modern and innovative technologies is vital for the production of safe drinking water, reuse of water and returning the water to the environment in the best possible way, especially in countries like UAE and other GCC Countries where potable water supply is limited. There should be synergies between the generation of energy and the care for the environment.

ADGECO Group with our international partners provides technologies on desalination of seawater for human consumption and irrigation. Zero Spillage water treatment technology is incorporated in the design and building of water treatment facilities. Our services include design, engineering and construction of desalination plants using reverse osmosis and electro-dialysis systems, potabilization through classic treatments, municipal waste water treatment and reuse (WWTP and tertiary plants), Industrial water treatment (effluent treatment, process water treatment, zero liquid discharge). We build and design facilities with reduced energy consumption and substantially enhancing existing resources. We ensure quality of water supply by providing water cycle management including meter reading management and convenient billing systems to be able to respond quickly and meet new demands.

Water use for industrial use and for urban cleaning must also be treated before being returned to its natural cycle to avoid significant damage and pollution to the environment. ADGECO Group also introduced cleaning and maintenance services for urban sewer and pipe network using modern tele-control evacuation systems. With collaboration with international partners, we also do sewage pre-treatment systems necessary for advance treatment. All these are done without the use of drinking water. Ways of monitoring and control of the impact of the facilities on the environment is also being provided by the group.

The introduction of sewage treatment makes it possible for water reutilization and regeneration which is an efficient use of water resources and sustainable development. Water use for irrigation of crops, cooling towers, fire-fighting systems, washing-down of streets, watering gardens, golf courses, ponds, replenishing of aquifers, maintenance of wetlands and others are produced by sewerage plants.

  • Desalination by reversible electrodialysis technology
  • Zero Waste system
  • Design, Construction and operation of production plants
  • Process and reuse more than 80 hm3 of waste waters

Processing and Distribution


  • Drinking water processing for new Lugo supply 50.000 m3/day
  • Reversible Electrodialysis Treatment of drinking water
  • Drinking water pipelines
  • Waste water collectors

Sewage network and collectors

  • Inspection of collectors
  • Repairs without the need for public works
  • Modern technical resources for cleaning sewage networks, with water recycling systems that avoid the consumption of drinking water
  • Operation and maintenance of drains and sewers

Processing and Treatment

  • Plant for reusing drainage
  • Design, construction and operation of Waste Water Treatment Processing Plant


  • Tertiary Treatment
  • Water Treatment for urban and process water supply
  • Classification and reuse of solid urban waste
  • Construction waste
  • Recycling points and soil decontamination


  • Hydrological planning
  • Water distribution and transportation network