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About the webinar

Reverse osmosis (RO) is a well-known water purification process that uses partially permeable membranes to remove ions, unwanted molecules and larger particles from water streams. Conventional RO systems feed water recovery rates typically range from only 50% to 85%.

With its patented Flow-Reversal technology, ROTEC is able to recover up to 98% of the feed water volumes and increase water production by up to 25%, while reducing operating costs and improving sustainability.
Flow-Reversal RO is a game changer technology that can easily be implemented in existing and new water treatment plants. This unique solution is applicable to municipal wastewater recycling, treatment of surface water and ground water, BWRO (Brackish water RO), as well as industrial wastewater treatment, ultra-pure water or SWRO (Sea Water RO) to improve the second pass recovery rate.

With its Flow Reversal technology, ROTEC won the highly sought after “Most Valuable Technology” award at the Singapore International Water Week in 2018.

Come and join our webinar to learn more about the technology and its benefits.

Who should attend?

Plant and facility managers, technical specialists, service engineers and operators of water treatment facilities from environmentally conscious industries and municipal utilities.

July 8th 2020, 3:00 pm (GMT+08:00), Malaysia Time – Kuala Lumpur

Webinar Host

Mr. Anthony Lim
General Manager
Tialoc Malaysia Environmental Sdn .

14 years’ experience in process design, detail engineering, construction, commissioning and operation of water and waste water treatment systems. Anthony has been managing the group’s environment technologies division in Malaysia for the last 5 years.

Guest Speaker

Dr.Noam Perlmuter
ROTEC(Reverse Osmosis Technologies) Ltd.

20 years’ experience in various aspects of the global water treatment industry, with extensive expertise in sales and marketing, business development, project management, entrepreneurship and leading R&D from idea to product.

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