Hunter Water applies for permanent desalination plant – Australia

The New South Wales Department of Planning, Housing and Infrastructure has put the plant’s modification application on public display, seeking community and stakeholder feedback by 20 February 2024.

Building the Belmont Desalination Plant will add up to 30 million litres per day of rainfall-independent drinking water capacity to the system, or about 15 per cent of the region’s average daily needs.

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Hunter Water applies for permanent desalination plant – Australia2024-01-29T23:05:50+01:00

TSG Water und FEDCO absolvieren 1,4 MGD Meerwasser-Veralierungsprojekt in Los Cabos, Mexiko

TSG Water Resources wĂ€hlte die SWRO-Technologie BiTurbo zur HochrĂŒckgewinnung, um die ProduktionskapazitĂ€t des Standorts zu erweitern, ohne zusĂ€tzliche Bauarbeiten oder VorbehandlungsgerĂ€te zu benötigen. Das Zwei-Zug-System arbeitet mit einer Erholung von 55 bis 57% mit niedrigem Energieverbrauch und optimaler Membranleistung und erfĂŒllt die Anforderungen des Kunden sowohl fĂŒr die Wasserproduktion als auch fĂŒr die Reduzierung der CO2-Emissionen. Die geringe StellflĂ€che der BiTurbo-Technologie gibt dem Kunden auch FlexibilitĂ€t, indem es Platz fĂŒr zukĂŒnftige Erweiterungen frei lĂ€sst. Mit Platz in KĂŒstenorten ist die Bereitstellung von kompakter und effizienter und zuverlĂ€ssiger Bereitstellung von Abdichtungstechnologie fĂŒr den Tourismus entscheidend.

TSG Water und FEDCO absolvieren 1,4 MGD Meerwasser-Veralierungsprojekt in Los Cabos, Mexiko2024-01-26T12:27:48+01:00

Acwa Power seals $4bn Egypt green hydrogen project – KSA

Saudi-based Acwa Power, a global developer of power and desalination projects, a leader in energy transition and first mover into green hydrogen, said it has signed the framework agreement to outline the development of the first phase of the green hydrogen project in Egypt with a 600,000 tonnes-per-year capacity.

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Acwa Power seals $4bn Egypt green hydrogen project – KSA2024-01-25T00:02:01+01:00

MOROCCO: construction work begins on Casablanca desalination plant

The ground-breaking ceremony for the Casablanca-Settat seawater desalination plant, the largest of its kind in Morocco, took place early on January 23, 2024. The plant, which will supply 300 million m3 of water per year by 2030, is being built by Spain’s Acciona Group, in consortium with Moroccan companies Afriquia Gaz and Green of Africa, both subsidiaries of the Awca Group.

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MOROCCO: construction work begins on Casablanca desalination plant2024-01-26T12:27:11+01:00

Balikpapan City Government Plans to Desalinate Water at the Manggar River Estuary – Indonesia

“Until now, the investment value for the water desalination program has not yet been determined because the City Government is evaluating the water flow requirements required. Even though there is a water shortage in Balikpapan in the range of 200-500 liters per second, the exact investment figure is still being determined.

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Balikpapan City Government Plans to Desalinate Water at the Manggar River Estuary – Indonesia2024-01-20T01:48:22+01:00
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