MEXICO CITY, July 2, 2020 /PRNewsCentre/ — Magna Imperio Systems Corp. (MI Systems), a leading provider of innovative water treatment solutions, is collaborating with SacMex to provide thousands in Mexico City with a sustainable potable water source in record-breaking time. Amidst a global pandemic, MIS and SacMex will provide approximately 40,000 families who do not have access to this life-sustaining resource.
Mexico City is struggling to provide the growing population with enough water, and the water supply is of inferior quality.
Hundreds of miles of pipes from faraway lakes and rivers supply about 30 percent of Mexico City’s water needs. The rest comes from a vast underground aquifer where twice as much water is pumped as is replenished. Mexico City is struggling to provide the growing population with enough water, and the water supply is of inferior quality. Even before a global pandemic, water riddled with heavy metals from the soil and a high bacteria content created a global health crisis.
In March 2020, when Covid-19 started to make its way around the world, it became clear that Mexico City’s long-standing issue in securing potable water for its growing population of approximately 22 million people would become increasingly urgent. The government of Mexico City immediately tasked SacMex, the prestigious institution responsible for bringing water to millions of homes all over Mexico City, with delivering potable water to approximately 40,000 families who do not have access to it.
To achieve their goal, SacMex went in search of a partner that could offer innovative water treatment technology. "SacMex interviewed companies all over the world, searching for one that could help them build a plant that could provide a potable water stream of 60 liters per second within the deadline of 12 weeks," said MIS LATAM Director, Alfonso Llorens. "MI Systems was the only one that could help."
MI Systems will use their END® technology to treat well water saturated with high amounts of heavy metals and high amounts of TOC, Total Organic Carbon. Usually, a plant this size would take 6-9 months to build, but END® technology enables them to build the plant and deliver water within the 12-week deadline. Not only can they meet the deadline, but MIS committed to providing 90 percent efficiency for low water waste with low energy expenditure, making it a more economical venture.
"It is an interesting challenge. Due to the pandemic, many suppliers are shut down or almost shut down, but we are working night and day to meet the delivery deadline," Llorens said. "People need water right now, especially during a global pandemic."
The SacMex Project aims to deliver water to homes by July 8, 2020.
About Magna Imperio Systems
Magna Imperio Systems Corp. is a Texas-based national and international water treatment solutions company that designs, develops, and manufactures the highest recovery, most energy- and cost-efficient water treatment systems in the world. The core of MI Systems’ water treatment solutions is its patented Electrochemical Nano Diffusion (END®) process, a transformation of the long-established electrodialysis reversal (EDR) process, which has established new benchmarks in terms of energy efficiency and recovery for desalination technology. END® offers up to 60% energy savings versus traditional treatment technologies, with clean water recoveries up to 99+%, capitalizing on the far-reaching impacts of Maximum Recovery, Minimum Energy™.
This level of recovery extends the life of each drop, and clients can minimize waste, indirectly treat various water sources or recycle and reuse their wastewater for future processes. They are thus cutting costs by increasing their available water supply without purchasing additional water.
SOURCE: Magna Imperio Systems Corp.
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