400 MLD desal facility, Southeast Asia’s biggest, to come up – Chennai, India

This will be the largest desalination plant in Southeast Asia and make Chennai the desalination capital of India with 750 MLD water produced along the coast, the statement read.  Shailesh Kumar, chief executive of the India Cluster said, “This is historically the largest ever order for Wabag. I’m also elated that this landmark order coincides with Wabag being ranked third globally among private water operators and in the top 10 desalination players globally by GWI.”

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400 MLD desal facility, Southeast Asia’s biggest, to come up – Chennai, India2023-04-04T11:26:04+02:00

Va Tech Wabag bags â‚ą4,400-crore order from Chennai Metro Water to build desalination plant – India

Va Tech Wabag, a water technology company, has bagged a design, build, operate (DBO) order from Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (CMWSSB) for building 400 million litres per day (MLD) sea water reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant at a total cost of about ₹4,400 crore.

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Va Tech Wabag bags â‚ą4,400-crore order from Chennai Metro Water to build desalination plant – India2023-03-31T15:31:03+02:00

WABAG bags Rs 4,400 crore seawater desalination project – Tamil Nadu, India

“WABAG with JV partner Metito Overseas wins a seawater reverse osmosis project from Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board. The Rs 4,400-crore is South East Asia’s largest ever sea water desalination with capacity of 400 MLD project funded by JICA,” it said.

This DBO order includes the scope of design, engineering, procurement, construction, installation, testing and commissioning of the 400 MLD (million litres day) SWRO desalination plant and the associated seawater intake system over a period of 42 months followed by 20 years of operation & maintenance (O&M).

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WABAG bags Rs 4,400 crore seawater desalination project – Tamil Nadu, India2023-03-31T15:29:35+02:00

National Institute of Ocean Technology to set up green, self-powered desalination plant in Lakshadweep – India

Currently the desalination plants, each of which provides at least 100,000 litres of potable water everyday, are powered by diesel generator sets — there being no other source of power in the islands. LTTD exploits the difference in temperature (nearly 15°C) in ocean water at the surface and at depths of about 600 feet. This cold water condenses water at the surface, that is warmer but whose pressure has been lowered using vacuum pumps. Such de-pressurised water can evaporate even at ambient temperatures and this resulting vapour when condensed is free of salts and contaminants and fit to […]

National Institute of Ocean Technology to set up green, self-powered desalination plant in Lakshadweep – India2023-03-20T23:48:23+01:00

GVMC planning to construct 100-MLD desalination plant at Appikonda in Visakhapatnam

Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC) is mulling to construct a 100-MLD desalination plant at Appikonda area. In this regard, Commissioner P. Raja Babu conducted a meeting with the officials of Andhra Pradesh Urban Infrastructure Asset Management Limited (APUIAML) and IDE Technologies at the GVMC office here on Wednesday. 

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GVMC planning to construct 100-MLD desalination plant at Appikonda in Visakhapatnam2023-03-02T00:12:51+01:00
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