One essential to keep tourists happy and healthy is fresh water, and most resorts rely on desalination to provide it.
Over years, a major resort in the Bahamas found its desalination system had badly deteriorated. As the corrosive effects of seawater damaged control equipment, the system became unreliable. Operators received false alarms; downtime increased.
Finally, the system had to be run manually. But manual operation meant the alarm system and safety interlocks built into automated control no longer worked. The plant became a dangerous workplace.
See how ISI Water of St. George, Vermont, managed a complete, safe replacement of the system—without any break in service to the resort's customers.