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Nuestra Esencia, el aguaTEDAGUA believes that specialisation is the best way to provide an effective response to emerging needs in the water treatment and industrial solutions sectors. Specialisation enables us to guarantee the highest standards of quality and service in all our processes - from research into new solutions and project execution, to our after-sales service.

In recent years, TEDAGUA has put an even greater emphasis on research and development of new technologies for the water sector, in order to find new ways to improve performance. A key result of our specialisation and R&D is that we are now clear leaders in the application of new technologies associated with the desalination of seawater and brackish water. What were once considered complex and expensive ways of obtaining treated water, are now efficient, reliable and cost effective processes.

Our strengths in membrane technology for water treatment has meant we have been able to develop a broad range of new product lines that allow us to provide effective solutions for treating a wide variety of feedwater types. From modular and compact plants, characterised by the fact that they require little or practically no civil engineering work, to drinking water plants for large cities and wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) which are designed to treat high flows with minimum operating costs, TEDAGUA can provide an efficient and reliable solution.

Some good examples of this are the many small desalination plants executed for hotel complexes or small farms in the Canary Islands, the large sea water desalination plants of Escombreras in Spain or Skikda and Beni Saf in Algeria and tertiary treatment plants such as the WWTP in Altona (Melbourne, Australia) or the WWTP in Taboada in Lima (Peru), the largest in South America.