Algarve desalination plant contested – Portugal

The construction of a desalination plant in the municipality of Albufeira, whose base value is 90 million euros, is one of the response measures to the drought affecting the southern region of Portugal, with the equipment expected to have an initial water conversion capacity from the sea in the potable capacity of 16 cubic hectometres.

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Algarve desalination plant contested – Portugal2024-04-15T09:02:43+02:00

Algarve desalination costs almost double – Portugal

n the early days, Águas do Algarve talked about the project costing “around €50 million”. That figure is now €90 million – the funding of which is to be covered by recovery and resilience funding (RRP) from Brussels.

The plan envisages an initial capacity for conversion of seawater into drinking/irrigation water of 16 cubic hectometres (meaning 16 million cubic metres).

In a statement, Águas do Algarve said the project – due for completion by the end of 2026 – will be prepared to increase capacity to 24 cubic hectometres per year.

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Algarve desalination costs almost double – Portugal2024-03-15T04:48:10+01:00

Algarve desalination costs almost double – Portugal

n the early days, Águas do Algarve talked about the project costing “around €50 million”. That figure is now €90 million – the funding of which is to be covered by recovery and resilience funding (RRP) from Brussels.

The plan envisages an initial capacity for conversion of seawater into drinking/irrigation water of 16 cubic hectometres (meaning 16 million cubic metres).

In a statement, Águas do Algarve said the project – due for completion by the end of 2026 – will be prepared to increase capacity to 24 cubic hectometres per year.

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Algarve desalination costs almost double – Portugal2024-02-24T22:15:00+01:00

Algarve desalination plant plans under public consultation until December 19 – Portugal

The project to build a desalination plant in the municipality of Albufeira is under public consultation until December 19, Algarve water company Águas do Algarve has announced. “The decision to comply with the EIS (Environmental Impact Study) has been obtained, and we are pleased to inform you that the public consultation is now available, with a deadline to be set from November 6 to December 19 – and it is hoped that it will be widely visited,” reads the note from the company, part of the Águas de Portugal Group. The plans can be seen here.

Algarve desalination plant plans under public consultation until December 19 – Portugal2023-11-16T23:52:43+01:00
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