|City||West Jordan, UT|
|Client||Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District|
|Power||26 million liters of water per day|
Over 100 years of mining in the region left the ground and groundwater in Utah’s South West Jordan Valley contaminated. The revitalization of the valley has been in progress since 2005. Our US subsidiary Flatiron was in charge of building an advanced groundwater treatment plant that operates using a special process called reverse osmosis. Exceptionally friendly to the environment and resources because it uses no chemical substances, this method uses pressure to force water through a semi-permeable membrane, filtering out impurities. The plant processes 26 million liters of water per day with this method.