AWA/NCEDA workshop on “big six” desalination plants
04 Apr 14 by desalination
The Australian Water Association is holding a workshop, sponsored by the National Centre of Excellence in Desalination, on the “big six” Australian desalination plants.
The six major seawater reverse-osmosis plants were commissioned at a cost of Aus$ 12 billion between 2006 and 2012.
For all those in the AWA and the Australian water industry, this represents a unique opportunity to learn about these plants and to network with the people who made it happen.
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