A Revolutionary Approach to Fresh Water Production
Enviro Water Minerals Company’s (EWM) Full Recovery Desalination is a revolutionary and environmentally friendly approach to fresh water production.
Full Recovery Desalination extracts the dissolved solids contained in a variety of water sources for beneficial use, leaving potable water for municipal and other uses.
Utilizing proven, commercially available technologies in unique and innovative configurations, EWM chemically separates the contaminants into high-purity, industrial-grade mineral products for use in commercial markets.
Full Recovery Desalination is directly applicable to a variety of water sources, including:
Brackish Water Desalination
Waste Water Brine Disposal
Industrial Water(e.g. power plant cooling tower water blowdown)
Oilfield Produced/Flowback Water
EWM currently has 12 process patents in various stages of prosecution (some issued and others pending), and routinely files additional patents as it continues to innovate.
EWM’s Full Recovery Desalination technology recovers minerals and desalinated water using unique integrations of the following technologies:
Modern brine treatment processes: stripping, electrodialysis, reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ion exchange, biological selenium removal
Modern mineral recovery processes: mechanical vapor recompression crystallizers, vacuum crystallizers, hydrometallurgical leaching
High efficiency combined heat and power natural gas engines
A short video explaining our technology in more detail.
Enviro Water Minerals (EWM) proudly announces its Full Recovery Desalination (FRD) project in El Paso has been
selected as the recipient of the Texas Water Development Board's (TWDB) Water Supply Innovation Award for the technology category.
El Paso boosts its drinking water supply thanks to Enviro Water Minerals and Veolia’s new partnership. World’s first-of-its-kind commercial water plant will convert wastewater from the city’s
desalination process into fresh drinking water, by extracting all contaminants and transforming them into reusable mineral products