Energy Recovery to showcase the latest PX Pressure Exchanger technology at IDA World Congress

Sept. 26, 2022
Company will host educational presentations and booth displays showcasing industry expertise and innovative products.
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(SAN LEANDRO, Calif. – Sept. 26, 2022 – Energy Recovery release) — Energy Recovery Inc., a premier energy recovery device manufacturer, will showcase new technology and lead educational sessions at the IDA 2022 World Congress in Sydney, Australia from Oct. 9-13, 2022.  Attendees can engage with Energy Recovery’s team of technical experts as they highlight the latest in PX Pressure Exchanger technology, and attend presentations to learn more about newly launched products and their industry impact.

Energy Recovery’s award-winning PX family of products provides excellent performance for seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination and industrial wastewater systems. Large and small water treatment projects around the world rely on the PX to achieve maximum energy savings, uptime, and operational flexibility.

“For 30 years, we have worked to provide the best in energy recovery technology in order to make sustainability affordable for our customers in SWRO desalination and industrial wastewater, and that work has resulted in meaningful partnerships with customers who trust us in delivering the best-in-class technology with the lowest life cycle-cost,” said Rodney Clemente, senior vice president for water at Energy Recovery. “We look forward to joining our partners at the IDA World Congress to showcase our PX and its applications in the global water treatment space.”

Energy Recovery’s technical experts will be at Booth 114 for the duration of the show. In addition to seeing new products from Energy Recovery, attendees will be able to network and learn about sustainable operations in the industry.

Energy Recovery’s representatives will also host the following presentations:

  • Energy Recovery System and Its Impact On The Copiapó Swro Plant: A "Real World" Life Cycle Cost Analysis – Rolando Bosleman, Director, Business & Application Development - Tuesday, October 11 (9:45-10:15)
  • Shifting the Economics of ZLD By Using Energy Recovery Devices: Simon Bae, Technical Manager, David Kim-Hak, Sr. Director of Product Management, Xuewen Zhan, Sr. Technical Service Manager, Asia – Wednesday, October 12 (12:40-13:00)
  • New PX, Pressure Exchanger, Energy Recovery device: Improving And Optimizing Performance Over the PX Q300 FOR Greater Energy Savings – David Kim-Hak, Sr. Director of Product Management – Wednesday, October 12 (12:40-13:00)

To set up an appointment to meet with an Energy Recovery representative, contact [email protected] or visit Energy Recovery at the IDA 2022 World Congress at Booth 114 from Oct. 9-13, 2022.

About Energy Recovery

Energy Recovery creates technologies that solve complex challenges for commercial and industrial fluid-flow markets worldwide. Building on our pressure exchanger technology platform, they design and manufacture solutions that make commercial and industrial processes more efficient and sustainable. Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, Energy Recovery has manufacturing, research and development facilities across California and Texas with sales and on-site technical support available globally. For more information, please visit

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