Location: Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia
Capacity: 800,000 US gallons per day (3000 m3 per day)
Contract type: Design, Build, Own, Operate
Customer: Retail Customers by distribution
Commissioning date: 2012
During the latter half of 2012, we commenced, through our subsidiary, PT Consolidated Water Bali, the construction of a seawater reverse osmosis plant in Nusa Dua, one of the primary tourist areas of Bali, Indonesia. The plant’s original capacity of 250,000 US gallons per day has now been expanded to 750,000 US gallons per day. The facility also contains a 500,000 gallon potable water storage tank and a stand-by diesel-run generator.
Potable water from this facility is distributed to resort properties in the Nusa Dua area. Nusa Dua has a target customer profile consisting of tourist resorts and luxury/vacation residences comparable to our retail service area on Grand Cayman. We believe the water demands of these properties in Nusa Dua will soon exceed the water supply that can be provided to the area by the local public water utility, and that other areas of Bali will also eventually experience fresh water shortages.