For some small island nations there is no choice but to liberate fresh water from the sea. Larger countries and coastal communities have or are considering augmenting their potable water supply with desalinated water in efforts to meet their populations growing needs and add a component of supply that is truly drought proof.
Plant type: Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) Location: Nassau, New Providence, The Commonwealth of the Bahamas Capacity: 12 million US gallons per day (45,425 m3 per day) Contract type: Design, Build, Own, Operate Customer: Municipal/Government Commissioning date: July 2006
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