Chennai company sets up desalination plants worth Rs 52 cr for Government of Iraq

Written by Businesswire India | Chennai | Updated: Dec 28 2009, 17:42pm hrs
The Chennai-based Shivsu Canadian Clear International Limited, a leading water technology solutions provider and manufacturer of mineral water packaging equipments, has become the first Indian company to successfully install Rs 52 crore worth desalination water plant for Iraqi Government. Shivsus work includes design, manufacture, supply, construction and commissioning of the plant on a turnkey basis.

The desalination plant in Iraq has been set up to meet the growing demand for potable water of the country. The capacity of the plant is 20 MLD (metric liters per day). It works based on cutting-edge technology of reverse osmosis and converts sea water into potable water useful for industrial and drinking water purposes. The plant can meet the requirements of the local community benefiting 5 lakh people a day.

The plant is 100% indigenous and was designed, engineered, manufactured and assembled at Chennai. Shivsu Canadian Clear International Limited carried out the operation and installation of this plant at a record time of 2 months. Core design and engineering team of 50 personnel of Shivsu were behind the successful construction of the plant.

Our specialty in the field of water treatment, hybrid technology and totally integrated solutions have given us International acclamation. Bagging the project amidst stiff competition from major global players comes as the honor to our expertise. We have already installed plants in Egypt, Oman and Saudi Arabia. Our personnel with strong expertise make all these possible and we believe in bagging more such projects in future, said Mr. Sushil Kumar Eashwaran, Director, Shivsu Canadian Clear International Limited.

The company also specializes in containerized brackish water and sea water plants keeping in focus space availability, mass consumption, relief agencies, war time army requirements, make shift facilities, as well as sea side resorts. Such units also find use in off-shore oil rigs.