Finally, the Jobabo’s El 12 Desalination Plant is Moving – Cuba

Las Tunas, Cuba.- This was announced by the Empresa de Acueducto y Alcantarillado de Las Tunas (Las Tunas Aqueduct and Sewage Company) on its Facebook profile. The engineering director, Juan Carlos Iznaga, informed 26 other details.

“The plant is designed to process three cubic meters of water per hour; and it was decided that its installation would be there, in that well of 12, because it is one of the sources of supply with the highest salinity in the entire province.”

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Finally, the Jobabo’s El 12 Desalination Plant is Moving – Cuba2023-06-27T00:48:25+02:00

Drag the nation’s water systems into the 21st century, Minister Charles Jr – Jamaica

When Senator Pearnel Charles Jr was assigned the water portfolio I held my breath and waited for good news. He is an attorney by profession, but let’s not hold that against him. I see him as one of the Renaissance men in this Administration, and fully expected him to drag this sorry department scratching and kicking into the 21st century.

Jamaica has an abundance of hydrologic resources. There should be more than enough to meet local demand. The first problem is that it does not always […]

Drag the nation’s water systems into the 21st century, Minister Charles Jr – Jamaica2019-11-12T22:09:37+01:00

Parched Santiago de Cuba works to make seawater potable – Santiago de Cuba – Cuba

Severe, cyclical drought has led the coastal Cuban city of Santiago de Cuba to turn to an abundant though unlikely resource: seawater. About 20 kilometers inland from Cuba’s second-largest city, home to nearly half a million people, a modern desalination plant is in the trial stages. Experts are making adjustments to the facility and verifying the quality of the processed water, which is intended to supply some 34,000 residents at a rate of 50 liters per second. The 20 million U.S. dollar plant, situated on the foothills of eastern Cuba’s Sierra Maestra Mountains, at the entrance to Cabanas Cove, […]

Parched Santiago de Cuba works to make seawater potable – Santiago de Cuba – Cuba2017-12-07T09:15:58+01:00
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