A new concept for bottled water


A branded high quality drinking water sourced from the ocean which is both local and abundant. Energy requirements are fulfilled through renewable sources including either solar or wind power. The water is filtered or desalinated to a high standard and can either be used for municipal or industrial purposes. Additionally, the water is bottled in biodegradable or recyclable bottles. The water can be mineralised during the bottling process and branded as a sustainable local solution.

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02H Ocean to Humanity

Cyprus 2014

Subsea Infrastructure Ltd announces 2014 strategy

Following the successful completion of a contract which delivered 20 million cubic metres of fresh water to the government of Cyprus, Subsea Infrastructure will continue to focus on environmental, water and marine infrastructure with an emphasis on innovation and solutions.

Subsea is researching and developing energy efficient and environmentally sensitive products for delivery to the market in late 2014. The company believes improvements in green technology open the way for more sustainable solutions.

The company will build upon its expertise in pioneering scalable, cost-efficient desalination plants and plans to continue to offer mobile and marine based solutions as part of its key strategy.

WEX Lisbon, Portugal

On 15th February 2011, Subsea Infrastructure attended its first significant water industry event of 2011 as a sponsor of the three day WEX (Water & Energy Exchange) Conference held in Lisbon, Portugal. Attendees from Subsea Infrastructure were David Dwek, Philip Swire & Matt Eldridge.

David Dwek gave a presentation at the conference highlighting the advantages of rapidly deployed, mobile, temporary and highly flexible desalination solutions. The presentation and display area were both well received by the attendees. In the Q&A session following the presentation Subsea was able to expand on its unique and low environmental footprint brine discharge solution. In addition questions around price enabled the company to demonstrate the competitiveness of even this temporary short term solution.

Mobile modular desalination unit available December 2011

Mobile modular desalination unit for sale

Mobile modular desalination unit for sale

SubSea Infrastructure is proud to offer an operational mobile modular desalination unit capable of producing 22,000m3 (22-million litres) of water/per day.

The equipment comprises of:

  • 3 modular UF/RO trains of 7,500m3 all containerised
  • Sea water reverse osmosis using Filmtec RO membranes
  • Pre-treatment using ultra filtration membranes from Dow Chemical
  • Single pass producing up to 0.5 mg/per litre of Boron
  • TDS sea water: 40,000ppm
  • TDS product water: less than 400ppm
  • Advanced control and maintenance systems
  • Plant located in Cyprus and commissioned in December 2008
  • Available from December 2011