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Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Ground Water Reuse Project
Two AMI K-168D-436 RO units are helping Cedars-Sinai Medical Center recycle ground water with massive savings. Cedars is reportedly saving $1.2 million a year on this ground water project and expects the ROI to be 3 years for the entire project.
The abundant ground water beneath Cedars-Sinai Medical Center now gets pumped through our K-Series membrane treatment system so it can be used by the massive cooling towers and air conditioning system throughout the hospital. The system now provides 50-80 percent of the water used by Cedars-Sinai's cooling towers, offsetting the need for using drinking water.
Tapping the groundwater under the hospital has led to a savings of about 29 million gallons a year at Cedars-Sinai, accomplishing 29% of Los Angeles City Mayor, Eric Garcetti’s goal for the entire city.
Mayor Visits Cedars-Sinai Water Conservation Project
AUG 23, 2018 in COMMUNITY By Cedars-Sinai Staff
Cedars-Sinai Gets Huge Rebates for Groundwater Reuse
By California News Wire Services, News Partner | Aug 24, 2018 2:09 am ET
LA Mayor Tours Cedars-Sinai's New Water Conservation Facility
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- Flow Rate
- 140 GPM
- 534 LPM
- 769 M3/Day
- Wastewater Reuse
- Reverse Osmosis
- Chemical Injection System
- Clean-in-place CIP Skid with Tank
- Digital Flowmeters
- PLC Controller