Rental Solutions & Services (RSS), a global provider of rental power and cooling recently launched its latest product offering, temporary desalination or mobile water. Coinciding with the launch of new mobile desalination water, RSS also opened a new office in Cyprus to serve the Mediterranean market.
“The Cyprus office will serve as our hub in for the Mediterranean region,” said Milan Balac, managing director of RSS. “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 in particular Cyprus, Montenegro, Gibraltar, Spain, Monaco, Italy, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.”
Robert Bagatsing, group marketing manager of RSS explains that rental desalination, or mobile water technology has various applications especially in areas where fresh water is scarce or non-existent. A typical scenario is a recently opened 600-room hotel resort with large swimming pools, spas and multiple restaurants with no supply of potable water. RSS can install a containerized mobile water and supply up to 1000 square metters per day to the hotel resort.
“RSS can also provide a packaged temporary desalination water solutions for many applications such as construction, district cooling plants, military and municipal government, power plants, refineries, pulp and paper, steel, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, semiconductor, textile, laundry, agricultural-nurseries and green houses, water supply distributors, hospitals and livestock farms,” said Lee Cox, general manager for Southern Gulf.