Our Offers

1. How MUDT Optimizes Your Choice's for Desalination ? Lowest OPEX Cost ?

A sustainable solution to water shortage has to address water cost, energy cost and climate cost in terms of air pollution and water pollution. Schematically, we have to adress OPEX and CAPEX  taking into account for each water cost, energy cost and climate cost. Stakeholders requirement are priority. We take into account local specificities, and multitasking possibilities to optimize the WEC equation. Finally, in order to optimize the stakeholder requirements we optimize the  WEC equation that takes into account 9 parameters: water, energy, climate for CAPEX and for  OPEX, local specificities, and stakeholder requirements. We obtain in this manner the best proposal for stakeholders.

2. Who can Befefit From MUDT ?

Our specialty is to produce drinking water at a very low cost with sustainable and non polluting technologies. Our targets:

Governments , Organisms, Large resorts, a district installation…


We offer the lowest cost for the sea water desalination.




We offer all kind of industrial water:

  • Drinkable
  • Low TDS
  • Ultra pure or Double distillated …

3. Our Systematic possibilities

Since all coastal countries have electric power plants next to the sea, we can use the heat rejected from any plant or power plants to desalinate sea water. We can build independent desalination units near these power plants. The amount of desalinated water that can be produced depends upon the power and the operational conditions of each power plant, but we can desalinate in the worst case thousands of cubic meters per day, and very probably much more. We also reduce the CO2 emission because we are recycling the lost energy and consequently producing CO2 credits. This is a important element of CO2 reduction for 2030. Our new technique uses Low Cost Desalination by flash evaporation. Flash evaporation gives very good quality water, (much better than Reverse Osmosis water), and is already well known and used. We can go down to one KWH/m3 in many cases. Moreover, the brine rejected is by far better than Reverse Osmosis brine.