Vermont-Based Water Treatment Company Builds New England’s First Nanofiltration Plant
You wouldn’t think a small, landlocked state in the Northeast would be home to a water desalination equipment and design company. Further still, you wouldn’t think that their membrane-based technologies could assist local municipalities.
Despite what you might think, ISI Water’s nanofiltration plants happened to be the perfect solution for the town of Hinesburg, Vermont and their water’s issues with high levels of calcium and magnesium.
ISI Water started out in seawater desalination, using reverse osmosis, a membrane-based separation process, to provide fresh water for municipalities, hotels and resorts, and industrial clients. ISI Water has since branched out into a broader range of water treatment systems, staying on the leading edge of technology, primarily focusing on membrane-based systems.