RSS Water Solutions opens Cyprus office
Cyprus, March 31, 2010
Rental Solutions & Services (RSS), a global provider of rental power & cooling, has opened a new office in Cyprus to serve the Mediterranean market.
The company also launched its latest product offering, temporary desalination or mobile water, recently.
“Temporary desalination water for several islands and resorts will now benefit from uninterrupted supply of fresh water. Aside from the Middle East and Asian region, we are confident that our rental power, temporary cooling and mobile desalination plant will benefit the Mediterranean region,” stated Milan Balac, managing director of Rental Solutions & Services.
Robert Bagatsing, group marketing manager of RSS, explained that rental desalination, or mobile water technology has various applications especially in areas where fresh water is scarce or non-existent.
“RSS can also provide a packaged temporary desalination water solutions for many applications,” added Lee Cox, general manager for Southern Gulf.
“RSS mobile desalination system uses the most advanced reverse osmosis technology available in the market. In layman’s terms, we can convert brackish water from a river, lake or bore hole to potable water, and we can also convert sea-water to potable fresh water (complying with all European potable water standards). The potable water can be consumed for drinking, cleaning, irrigation or other applications,” said Simon Urquhart, group technical manager for RSS mobile desalination division.-TradeArabia News Service
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