Cashing in on China's Demand for Clean Water
Singapore's first desalination plant opened in 2003. It was located on a piece of land in the island-state's west that had itself been reclaimed from the sea some years before. The plant is now contracted to turn seawater into 136,000 cubic meters of drinking water a day for the resource-strapped island-state.
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