MPDT Capital moots RM1b desalination plant in Penang to process seawater into potable water – Malaysia

MPDT Capital Berhad wants to build a RM1 billion desalination plant in Penang that can make 250 million litres per day (MLD) of potable water from seawater.

Its chief executive officer Datuk Nik Zamri Abdul Majid said the company is proposing to set up the plant on a concrete deck above the sea near the Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge.

“Our proposal is to provide desalinated water to the state free without capital expenditure but of course, with concession and other terms and conditions,” he said […]

MPDT Capital moots RM1b desalination plant in Penang to process seawater into potable water – Malaysia2022-05-23T15:46:58+02:00

Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. Provides Update on the Impact of Hurricane Irma on its Operations USA-Florida-Cayman Islands

… We are grateful that our team is safe. Due to loss of power, our desalination plants in the British Virgin Islands remain closed following the severe damage from winds and flooding that the Islands of Tortola and Jost Van Dyke endured from Hurricane Irma.

These plants represent 800,000 gallons of daily production, equivalent to 3% of our total water capacity. We are currently unable to estimate how long it will take for power to be restored to Tortola and Jost van Dyke because of the extensive damage to the country’s infrastructure, and are also working directly with Government […]

Consolidated Water Co. Ltd. Provides Update on the Impact of Hurricane Irma on its Operations USA-Florida-Cayman Islands2017-09-13T19:11:00+02:00
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