HECS wins Mega Desalination Plant O&M Contracts – New Delhi, India

The contracts include a 22 MLD Desalination Plant at Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd, in Chennai, where seawater is made usable for the refinery. Similarly, the second contract won is at Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd Vizag Refinery for the Operation and Maintenance of their new Desalination Plant which is currently being commissioned at Vizag.

The new plant will reduce its freshwater intake. The third contract is an SWRO plant at Nuclear Power Corporation of India’s Kudankulam facility, which is in the southern part of Tamil Nadu.

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HECS wins Mega Desalination Plant O&M Contracts – New Delhi, India2022-10-30T12:18:08+01:00

Thousands on streets in Gwadar as protests enter Day 17 – Pakistan

Thousands of people, including women and children, continued protesting in Gwadar in Pakistan for the 17th day on Wednesday, demanding among other things, access to clean drinking water and an end to “trawler mafia”, Dawn reported.

Protesters from Gwadar, Turbat, Pishkan, Zamran, Buleda, Ormara and Pasni are taking part in the Gwadar Ko Huqooq Do Tehreek (Give Rights to Gwadar Movement) led by Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman, a local leader of the Jamaat-i-Islami. They have vowed to continue their protest till their demands are met.

Speaking on Dawn News […]

Thousands on streets in Gwadar as protests enter Day 17 – Pakistan2021-12-02T11:40:22+01:00

IIT Madras Develops Low-Cost System To Concentrate Solar Energy – New Delhi

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras, or IIT Madras, has developed a solar ‘parabolic trough collector’ (PTC) system for concentrating solar energy for industrial applications like desalination, space heating and space cooling.

The PTC is lightweight and has been developed to have high energy efficiency. It is designed to function under India’s various climatic and load conditions, said a statement issued by IIT Madras.

The research was led by Prof K Srinivas Reddy, Heat Transfer and Thermal Power Laboratory, Department of […]

IIT Madras Develops Low-Cost System To Concentrate Solar Energy – New Delhi2020-05-21T10:33:17+02:00

Desalination plants causing harm to environment: UN – New Delhi

The fast-rising number of desalination plants worldwide – now almost 16,000, with capacity concentrated in the Middle East and North Africa – quench a growing thirst for freshwater but create a salty dilemma as well – how to deal with all the chemical – laden leftover brine

In a UN – backed study made public on Monday, experts estimate the freshwater output capacity of desalination plants over 95 million cubic meters per day – comparable to 40 percent of the high season flow over Niagara Falls.

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Desalination plants causing harm to environment: UN – New Delhi2019-01-15T13:43:38+01:00
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