Saudi Arabia to build Nine desalination plants on Red Sea with capacity of 240,000 cubic metres of water per day at the cost of $530m - CALIPHATE MEDIA

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Sunday, 28 January 2018

Saudi Arabia to build Nine desalination plants on Red Sea with capacity of 240,000 cubic metres of water per day at the cost of $530m




The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has concluded plans to build nine desalination plants at the cost of SAR2bn ($530m) on the Red Sea coast. This disclosure was made public by the Kingdom environment minister during the week.

“The plants will have capacity of 240,000 cubic metres of water per day and will be completed in less than 18 months,” Abdulrahman al-Fadhli wrote in a Twitter post.
“The project which is an order by King Salman in a royal decree and to be executed by Saudi Saline Water Conversion Corp (SWCC)  in order to raise production efficiency and cut operating and capital costs,” Fadhli added.

No detail was giving in regards to the funding of the project.

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