Brackish water has a salinity lower than seawater, but it is too salty to be able to be consumed by people or animals, and its use tends to lower crop yields. It is found in marshes and estuaries where fresh water mixes with seawater. It is also found in underground aquifers below fresh water aquifers. Texas, for example, is blessed with an abundance of brackish water aquifers prime for development.

MI Systems hope to prove their capabilities in the State of Texas, and then expand that market to the rest of the United States – and to the world!