Singapore's Hyflux to sign desalination deal with Saudi's SWCC

Hyflux is to deliver three seawater reverse osmosis desalination plants to Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) in a deal worth SAR 687 million ($183 million).

The three new reverse osmosis desalination plants will be in Duba, Wajh, and Haql on Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast

The three new reverse osmosis desalination plants will be in Duba, Wajh, and Haql on Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast

The company's Saudi subsidiary, Hydrochem Saudi Limited, signed a memorandum of understanding with SWCC to design, build, supply, test, and commission the plants in Duba, Wajh, and Haql on the Red Sea coast. Each plant will have capacity to produce 16,000 m3/d of potable water.

The signing ceremony was witnessed by Saudi minister of environment, water, and agriculture Abdulrahman bin Abdulmohsen Al-Fadhli, and Singapore minister of environment and water resources Masagos Zulkifli bin Masagos Mohamad.


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