Significantly contributing to 11 OF the 17 UNited Nations' Sustainable Development Goals
20 - Desalination process improvements & economies
1. Increased resilience and production time.
Impervious to shut-down
2. ~ 50% less land utilised
3. ≥30% less energy
4. Part of multi-utility production ∴ efficiency increase via economies of scale
5. Constant temperature of TELESIS feed-source assists efficiency and yield
6. Fewer consumables (e.g. Biocides, procurement, storage, handling eliminated.
7. Significantly reduced inventory of equipment that needs to be procured.
8. CO2 emissions reduced by 30%
9. Optimum uptime and avoidance of PENALTIES AND FINES
10. Potential for commercialised minerals recovery from ‘Chemicals-free’ brine
11. The need for entrained biomass removal is redundant.
12. Brine management simplified, whereas; this can represent up to 33% of a plant’s Op’s cost
13. Simplified operations and production processes requiring less labour attendance
14. Significantly reduced inventory of equipment that needs to be maintained
15. Reduced cleaning and increased life of membranes
16. Life-cycle increase [intake lasts 100’s of years] results in reduced amortisation.
17. Increased yield, larger product water quantity for sale.
18. Part of multi-utility production ∴ reduced Capex, payback ~ 2- 5 years.
19. Zero environmental impact compensation, reduced Permit application costs.
20. Life-cycle increase [intake lasts 100’s of years] results in reduced depreciation.