The Sydney Desalination Plant is a potable drinking water desalination plant that forms part of the water supply system of metropolitan Sydney.

It combines the latest state of the art equipment with good old fashion service, while taking care to reduce our ecological footprint.

The plant is located in Kurnell, south of Sydney, New South Wales and uses reverse osmosis filtration membranes to remove salt from seawater. It is powered using renewable energy, supplied to the national power grid from a wind farm located at Bungendore, NSW.

The Sydney Desalination Plant is owned by the Government of New South Wales and is the third major desalination plant built in Australia, after Kwinana in Perth and Tugun on the Gold Coast.

BDT Engraving was part of the team that supplied all the electrical, identification, switchboard, valve tags and machine labels required for this facility.

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