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- Desalination plants are a critical part of our future – Australia 28th January 2020With water restrictions increasing around NSW and talk about Sydney moving to level three sanctions, people are starting to ask what happens if the city’s water supply becomes critically low? The prognosis is not good. Long-term climate forecasts show the drought continuing for a long time. In addition, our population is increasing and recent per […]
- Chile seawater desalination to grow 156% – Chile 27th January 2020Cochilco analyst Camila Montes said desalination use would grow most in the drier northern parts of the country, forecasting 65% usage in Antofagasta, 60% in Tarapaca, 42% in Atacama and 25% in Coquimbo. Some 90% of the desalinated seawater will be used in the processing of copper sulphide ores for the production of copper concentrates. […]
- EBRD, Egypt discuss developing country’s water desalination sector – Egypt 26th January 2020The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) discusses with the Egyptian government developing the country’s water desalination sector, said Heike Harmgart, Managing Director for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) region at the Bank. “We want to potentially prepare a number of desalination plants on a public–private partnership (PPP) basis in the same manner […]
- Onee to build new desalination plant in Laâyoune – Morocco 25th January 2020The National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (Onee) will build a new seawater desalination plant in Laayoune. The plant will strengthen the drinking water supply in the capital of Western Sahara. A new seawater desalination plant will be built in Laâyoune, the capital of Western Sahara, a territory in North Africa under Moroccan rule. […]
- Woes watered-down – India 24th January 2020CHENNAI: On Tuesday, CE reported that due to the lack of water supply in the tenements at Perumbakkam Resettlement Colony, a group of people including 50 women from the Colony stood outside the Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board (TNSCB), staging a protest, demanding basic needs including water. Soon, in response to the call of the residents, […]
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