Desalination global news round-up

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Join WWi chief editor Tom Freyberg for a round-up of the latest global desalination news stories in the video newscast below.

Headlines include:

- LG Chem sets sights on reverse osmosis (RO) global number one spot after NanoH2O buy

- Bahrain ship yard to get $8.6 million RO plant under BOT contract

- Procurement set to start on 30,000 m3/day IWP in Oman

- China increases desalination capacity by 16% in 2013

- Renewable desalination to focus in Middle East conference discussion.

 

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