The desalination plants, each boasting a daily capacity of 200,000 gallons, collectively amounting to an impressive 600,000 gallons, are poised to be instrumental in providing a sustainable water supply to the beleaguered area.
After a water crisis in Gaza, the United Arab Emirates carries out humanitarian operations, builds 3 desalination plants – UAE
Each factory has a capacity of 200 thousand gallons per day for a total of 600 thousand gallons.
With this total, it is estimated that it can provide benefits to 300 thousand people per day.
“The production capacity of each factory is 200,000 gallons per day for a total of 600,000 gallons, providing benefits to 300,000 people per day,” said the WAM news agency.
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, ABU DHABI — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has promised to build three desalination plants in the besieged Gaza Strip. The factory is to supply an important water supply for the Gaza population.
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SEOUL, Aug. 10 (Yonhap) — GS Inima Environment S.A., a unit of GS Engineering & Construction Co., has won a 920 billion-won (US$698 million) deal to build a desalination plant in the United Arab Emirates, Seoul’s environment ministry said Thursday.
The plant, which will be the third largest desalination facility in UAE, will utilise reverse osmosis desalination, and output a production capacity of 550,000 cubic meters per day of potable water, providing clean drinking water to approximately 210,000 households while offering increased efficiency and a reduced environmental footprint.
The project, backed by a 100 million UAE dirhams ($27.23 million) ADQ development fund, aims to contribute to the decarbonisation of food production in desert climates by significantly lowering the carbon footprint of the desalination process.
The project aims to contribute to the decarbonisation of food production in desert climates by significantly lowering the carbon footprint of the desalination process