Modern desalination plant created to help make the future sustainable

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In the wake of the latest G20 meeting, when climate change is very much on the agenda for most countries, modern infrastructural demands are changing to take a more sustainable approach to the future. As we’ve seen with porous concrete roads that could eliminate runoff, or eco-friendly skyscrapers that cool themselves without the need for excessive air-con, now in Singapore we’re seeing the launch of a forward-thinking water treatment facility. The Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant, a collaboration between PUB, Singapore’s national water agency, and Keppel Infrastructure, will treat both saltwater and freshwater. Desalination has become a popular means of…

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