November 2013
PM Network;Nov2013, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p28
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The article provides an overview of the Adelaide Desalination Plant project to address the impact of drought in Southern Australia. The 50-gigaliter project was launched in 2008 to provide up to 25 percent of the community's drinking water. The state rallied the public to support the planned expansion of the plant including installation of 70 large pumps. The project leaders reviewed the successes and shortfalls of other facilities.


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