SINGAPORE, JULY 2, 2018 -- The Tuas Desalination Plant (TDP) was launched as the third facility that targets to answer the country's water demand. Operated by the Public Utilities Board (PUB), the plant will increase the country's current desalination capacity from the 100 mgd to 130 mgd, an announcement revealed.
"Seawater desalination has a starring role in Singapore's water future. And the opening of this TDP is another milestone in our quest for enduring water security," PUB chief executive Ng Joo Hee said. Read more at Msn
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