SWCC's Rabigh plant will be largest SWRO desalination The approval of the world's largest seawater reverse-osmosis plant in Saudi Arabia was reported by the government-controlled Saudi Press Agency on 11 February 2013 The governor of the Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC), Dr Abdulrahman Al-Ibrahim, approved a plant for Rabigh on...
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Others specificiti The plant is meeting the latest standards of Saudi Arabia Governmental entities such as the Royal Commission Environmental Regulations and the High Commission for Industry Safety Redundancies are built in the whole plant to ensure no single point of failure and maintain an availability of exported water of ..
Expected Completion The plant is estimated to cost $130m and is expected to be completed by early 2017 It will supply 60,000m³ of desalinated seawater a day to the city of Al Khafji in north-eastern Saudi Arabia, providing a regular supply of water to the region throughout the year..
THE PROJECT The Jubail SWRO Phase II, a continuation of the AL Fatah Water and Power project in Jubail, has a design capacity of 58,500m 3 and its projected to be completed by 30 th April 2014 This dual membrane plant with UF followed by reverse osmosis (RO) will be the largest UF-RO desalination plant in Saudi Arabia..
SWCC to deliver three SWRO desalination projects with Hyflux in Saudi Arabia February 14, 2017 Singapore engineering firm Hyflux will design and build three small scale desalination plants along the Red Sea coast in the western region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia..