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- Israel rejects Chinese bid to build Sorek 2 amid pressure from the US – Israel 26th May 2020Israel chose local company IDE technologies to construct the world’s largest desalination plant, the government announced on Tuesday, rather than a Chinese company, thus preventing another undesirable showdown with the Trump administration over Chinese participation in major infrastructure projects. Three groups bid to build Sorek 2, a private-public partnership (PPP) which will be the world’s […]
- Santa Barbara’s Water Outlook Foresees Sufficient Supply to Meet Demands Through Fall 2022 – California 25th May 2020Santa Barbara’s water supplies are on the way to recovery followed by three average or above-average rainy seasons. The city’s water-supply forecasting shows there’s sufficient supply to meet demands through fall 2022, while allowing groundwater basins to slowly recover and rest, water supply analyst Dakota Corey told the city’s Water Commission at Thursday’s special meeting. The […]
- Auckland’s water supply in doubt following dispute over Waikato River water usage 24th May 2020Auckland Council’s Watercare is planning to use the river to meet the next thirty years of Auckland’s population growth, but local iwi and the Waikato Regional Council don’t want that to happen. It means Auckland may have to look elsewhere for its water supply, and that could be costly. The once-in-a-generation drought has unveiled some […]
- SEWA examines 3,000 water samples over last 4 months – Dubai 23rd May 2020SHARJAH, 22nd May, 2020 (WAM) — The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority, SEWA, revealed that the increase in the number of water samples examined in the laboratory of water desalination plants was 3,000 from the beginning of the current year until the end of April 2020. In the previous year, SEWA examined 8,420 water samples, […]
- LETTER: We spent more than R30m on desalination plants, so what has happened to them? – Western Cape 22nd May 2020It is reported that the Western Cape’s dams are on average 35.7% full (or empty). The dams in Cape Town are 53.6% full. Now, is there a panic? Do we need more water at this stage? Maybe we do. So if we don’t get enough rain soon will we have a serious problem? Well, what […]
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