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    Southeast Desalination Plant

    In November 2002, a retrofitting of the facility was completed, making it possible to achieve production levels of 33,000 m3/day and thus meet the expected increase in demand.

    The seawater intake is via 17 wells (10 borehole + 7 wet pit) up to 150 m deep.

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    Santa Lucía, Gran Canaria, Spain
    33,000 m3/d
    Reverse osmosis
    Contract type
    EPC and O&M
    End use of water
    Human consumption
    220,000 inhabitants

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