This milestone comes just one year after the construction by Tedagua of two emergency desalination plants of 2,600 m3/day on the island of La Palma, also in record time, after the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano. Thanks to this, it was possible to save the production of multiple banana crops from the effects of said natural disaster and joins other recently built modular plants, such as the six 1,000 m3/day plants installed in Fuerteventura for the supply of drinking water.

TEDAGUA made a desalination plant in container format with 1,200 m3/day of product water available to the island. In record time, the EDAM was placed in Frontera (El Hierro) on June 13, starting with the adjustments according to the existing intake and the start-up tests. On July 14, desalinated water for irrigation began to be produced.