The plant produces 50 million gallons of desalinated seawater (MGD) a day and provide 10% of the total drinking water needed by San Diego. It supplies 56,000 acre-feet (approximately 2,440 cubic feet) of water a year, sufficient for 300,000 people.
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UI Students Win Gold Medal Thanks to Innovation in Desalination Technology to Overcome Water Crisis – Jakarta
The results of this research are outlined in a scientific work entitled “GO-FILTER: Sea Water Desalination Based on Graphene Oxide as a Water Treatment Innovation in Jakarta”. “Currently, increasing water pollution in Jakarta is starting to trigger a water crisis. In some areas, groundwater can no longer be an alternative water source due to land subsidence and sea water intrusion in Jakarta. Utilizing seawater as Jakarta’s water source using the desalination method has emerged as an alternative solution. “However, this method requires quite large costs and the reverse osmosis process and multistage distillation method leads to an increase in greenhouse gases,” said […]
The utility, equipped with reverse osmosis technology, will have a daily capacity of 570,000 cubic meter per day to supply 2 million people in the cities of Riyadh and Qassim once commercially operational in 2024.
First stage of new WA desalination plant to cost $2.8 billion to protect future water needs – Australia
The first stage of the Alkimos desalination plant will cost $2.8 billion — nearly double the $1.6 billion included in Water Corporation’s development application for the vital piece of infrastructure.
An official stated that the civic body has initiated a bidding for a plant 200 MLD and expandable upto 400MLD.
Officials from the Regional Office in Antofagasta of the Superintendency of Sanitary Services (SISS) are monitoring the mitigation measures that Aguas Antofagasta SA will adopt, due to the emergency supply cut that affects different parts of the regional capital, as a result of an electrical failure of the desalination plant, which affects approximately 55,000 homes.
The BMC supplies 3,850 million litre water daily to the citizens for potable use. However, the actual demand per day is 4,200 million litres. The hydraulic department of the BMC from time to time reviews available water stock and draws water plans for the year.
According to the Moroccan public company, these studies will make it possible to determine the needs in drinking water and irrigation, as well as the resources already mobilised in the cities of Essaouira and Guelmim. The sites for the future plants will also be identified and their surface areas determined.
South West Water (SWW) announced in March it was planning to have two desalination plants by this September.
The UNRWA also said that the desalination plant will also cease functioning. The water quality of Gaza has diminished and 90 per cent water was not suited for drinking purposes even before the war commenced.