Eskom’s Koeberg nuclear power station turned on desalination plant

Eskom’s Koeberg nuclear power station today turned on its temporary mobile groundwater desalination plant, which will ease the pressure on the City of Cape Town’s water supply. “When the City of Cape Town called on the people of the Western Cape to address the water issue, we had to respond with a sustainable solution as a responsible corporate citizen,” Velaphi Ntuli, Koeberg Power Station manager said. Ntuli explained: “The desalination plant is part of Koeberg’s three-pronged water management strategy to address the current water shortages in the Western Cape while ensuring that the plant is able to provide safe [
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Eskom’s Koeberg nuclear power station turned on desalination plant2018-02-26T10:05:59+01:00

Nuclear Power Plant permanent desalination plant? Koeberg – South Africa

Plans are underway to build a dozen desalination plants the majority will be temporary with the first ones expected to come online in February.

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Australia’s multi-billion-dollar desalination plant in Perth cost its residents the equivalent of a cup of coffee per week. As western Australia experienced a serious drought, a desalination plant was commissioned and came online a decade ago. Back home, the City of Cape Town is hoping to pump an extra 300 million liters of desalinated water into the supply system. Plans are underway to build a dozen desalination plants, the majority [
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Nuclear Power Plant permanent desalination plant? Koeberg – South Africa2017-11-26T20:56:18+01:00
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