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Watertrak products will be used at energy centers in Wharton and Odessa, Texas
Aquatech Intl. Corp., a leader in the field of water and wastewater treatment, desalination, water reuse, and zero liquid discharge, has recently received two separate contracts from Navasota Energy based in Magnolia, Texas.
The two projects are identical in design, using Aquatech’s Watertrak range of products. The treatment scheme consists of 500-gpm media filters, 500-gpm first pass reverse osmosis, 220-gpm second pass reverse osmosis gpm and 200-gpm electro deionization processes. The entire equipment will be shipped preassembled inside modular housing units for quick hookup and startup at site.
The two 550-MW combined cycle power plants receiving this equipment are the Colorado Bend Energy Center in Wharton, Texas, and the Quail Run Energy Center in Odessa, Texas.