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S controversial multi-billion dollar desalination plant has caused Melbourne Water to report a $45 million loss in the last financial year. The water entity was among five that had to repay money to customers they had prematurely collected from to
Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) has, between April 2012 and April 2013, carried out several projects to upgrade its water and electricity services and tackle the increasing demand of the different sectors. One of the
Vanuavatu rejoiced in their new-found water wealth on Thursday after a desalination plant was opened on the island. Given by the Government of Japan and installed by the Water Authority of Fiji, the plant was given as part of the Cool Earth
The UAE would establish world's largest solar-powered desalination plant that will process more than 22 million gallons of potable water per day. The new plant at Ras Al Khaimah emirate would also generate 20 MW of electricity.
Calif. (AP) Californians worried about securing a future water supply and protecting marine life off the state's scenic shores sounded off Thursday about a hotly contested proposal to build one of the Western Hemisphere's two largest desalination
A proposed seawater desalination plant in Huntington Beach could significantly harm parts of the Southern California ocean environment unless substantial changes are made in its design and operation, according to the staff of the state Coastal
In the past month, the sea along the stretch of ECR has advanced by 40 to 50 ft. In the past month alone, the sea along the stretch of East Coast Road at Nemmeli, located about 40 km away from Chennai, has advanced by 40 to 50 feet, residents of
The overall membrane market in is estimated to grow more than 20 percent per year over the next 10 years. The Chinese government's current five-year plan also calls for 70 percent of equipment used in desalination plants to be produced domestically.
National Geographic Water is life and it is recyclable, covering 70 percent of our planet; 2.5 percent is fresh water and only 1 percent is easily accessible, the rest is trapped in glaciers and snowfields. National Geographic tries to make the case
Kavewa islanders in Macuata who are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their new desalination plant. The desalination plant will turn salt water into fresh water for consumption. Village headman Emosi Time said the years of depending on the creek, well