“In line with our operating licence, [the plant] has until September to reach its maximum capacity of producing 250 million litres per day of water – or about 15 per cent of Sydney’s drinking water requirements,” Keith Davies, the facility’s chief executive, said.
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- Chinese bid knocked back as Israel gets caught between US-China rivalryIsraeli government this week rejected Hong Kong firm for tender to build and operate desalination plant after US warningGood #LadakhTension https://t.co/Hl6OWwch9Y 30. Mai 2020 @DEBKANCHAN
- Then invest in desalination plants to support demand. It's not rocket science is it. https://t.co/Kdu5W45hQI 30. Mai 2020 @Darth_VaderNo1