GE Water to build desalination facility on Eleuthera island, Bahamas

GE Water is to build, own, and operate (BOO) a seawater reverse osmosis plant on the island of Eleuthera, in the Bahamas, on a 15 years contract.

The plant will supply drinking water to inhabitants in the north of Eleuthera island, Bahamas

The plant will supply drinking water to inhabitants in the north of Eleuthera island, Bahamas

The deal with Water and Sewerage Corporation Bahamas is for a 600,000 imperial gallons a day (3,000 m3/d) plant to supply drinking water to 7,500 residents in the north of Eleuthera.

This will be GE Water’s fourth such BOO desalination plant on Eleuthera, which is located 80 kilometres east of Nassau in the Bahamas.


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