Myron L Meters Thanks GE

Posted by 20 Jun, 2012

Every day, we invest in developing new technologies to meet industry challenges, from reducing the total cost of producing water to reducing waterborne diseases and to providing environmentally friendly chemicals. We also continue to invest in our people so that they continue to provide the very best value to our customers.

GE partners with world-leading institutions and industry leaders to expand our research and testing capabilities and to develop comprehensive, seamless solutions. GE is at the forefront of wastewater reclamation, treatment, and reuse and we are focused on providing our customers with current solutions that help them save water and energy, and reduce operating costs. GE offers a unique range of solutions and experience across industries such as oil and gas, refining, power, municipal, mining, steel, commercial and institutional, and food and beverage.


GE’s Seawater Reverse Osmosis technologies (SeaPRO, SeaPRO-E, SeaTECH, and SeaSMART) are used to remove salt and other dissolved impurities from water through the use of a semi-permeable membrane. Municipalities and industrial facilities use seawater reverse osmosis to make a consistently pure drinking water supply or as a first step in transforming it to high purity water for industrial use. Compared to thermal desalination, GE’s Seawater Reverse Osmosis technologies can reduce electricity costs and associated CO2 emissions on the power grid.


Reverse osmosis desalination plants typically require 53% less energy (7 kWh/m3 water produced) than similarly sized thermal desalination plants (15 kWh/m3 water produced). A customer using GE’s Seawater Reverse Osmosis technologies to desalinate 5,000 m3 of water per day (1,320,000 gallons), could save approximately 14,600 MWh per year, avoiding the annual emission of 8,800 metric tons of CO2 on the U.S. power grid, equivalent to the annual CO2 emissions of 1,700 cars on U.S. roads.


GE’s installed desalination platforms transform more than 1.75 billion gallons a day of water. That’s equal to the daily water required for a variety of uses by more than 39 million people.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with GE.

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