VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

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Join Tom Freyberg from WWi magazine for Desalinate, the bi-weekly newscast bringing you the latest global news from the desalination industry. In this week’s video:

Construction reported completed on Algeria’s mega sized Magtaa project                                                                           Despite delays, construction of Hyflux’s 500,000 m3/day SWRO plant is now complete with testing underway, WWi has learnt…

MoU signed for Al Zawra SWRO in UAE                                                                                                                                            A MoU has been signed between the Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, known as TAQA and the Federal Electricity & Water Authority for a new 130,000 m3/day desalination plant in the UAE…

RO plant to be installed at Libya oil field                                                                                                                                             A 600 m3/day reverse osmosis (RO) water plant, to be provided by Zulal Water Technology was recently commissioned at Waha Oil Company's Gialo field located in Tripoli, Libya…

New $115m desalination plant to help modernise Basra, Iraq                                                                                                Iraqi Mininstry for Municipalities and Public Works has contracted Veolia to build and operate a 200,000 m3/day desalination plant over five years…

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