Gujarat wants six more desalination plants, says chief minister

India's Gujarat state is to tender six more desalination projects following news that Essel Infraprojects is to construct a plant there, reports Daily News & Analysis (DNA).

Gujarat is running low on water after rainfall was low during the last monsoon season

Gujarat is running low on water after rainfall was low during the last monsoon season

Gujarat chief minister Viyay Rupani unveiled the state’s ambitions for six more plants during a visit to Mumbai, where he was promoting the upcoming Vibrant Gujarat Summit.

The minister touched on plans for six desalination plants each of 100,000 m3/d along the Gujarati coastline - in Dwarka, Kutch, Dahej, Somnath, Bhavnagar and Pipavav. Tenders for the projects are expected to be finalised by the end of 2018.

*DNA is a media outlet ultimately owned by Essel Group.

The story so far:

Essel Infraprojects wins Gujarat desalination contract (November 2018)

Gujarat unveils reuse policy amid worsening water crisis (May 2018)

Gujarat industry wants distribution for desalinated water (May 2018)

India looks to Israel for water solutions (May 2017)


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