The newly operational plant boasts a remarkable capacity to produce 150,000 m3/day of drinking water, utilizing cutting-edge technologies for seawater treatment. Its design emphasizes reliability and versatility in pretreatment processes, including lamellar sedimentation, Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF), ultrafiltration, and standard chemical adjustments. These features not only ensure the plant’s adaptability to varying raw water qualities but also contribute to its low electricity consumption, setting a new benchmark for reducing carbon footprints in the face of climate change.