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DesalData Weekly - February 3rd, 2016

Posted 03 February, 2016 by Mandy


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The government of the dual-island nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis may use seawater desalination to offset water shortages.  The Caribbean nation’s Minister of Public Infrastructure, Ian Liburd, has revealed that the government may reactivate an existing reverse osmosis desalination plant at La Valle.  Liburd indicated the government is examining the cost of relocating the La Valle plant to a more suitable location in the Basseterre area; and it is also discussing the use of mobile reverse osmosis plants.[1]


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