Reverse osmosis is a method for treating water and wastewater in order to reduce dissolved solids or “salts” in the effluent discharge. This technology is used globally in drinking water and industrial applications. The process involves applying pressure to the influent water stream to overcome osmotic pressure and reverse the natural osmosis process. This process removes 95-99% of TDS (total dissolved solids), organic matter, bacteria and 99%+ of all suspended solids. Each system is custom designed for the application.