South African City to Build More Water Desalination Plants
The City of Cape Town intends commissioning three water desalination plants at Granger Bay, Dido Bay and Hout Bay to provide extra drinking water for its residents and visitors - this comes as the city is facing its worst water crisis in 100 years, due to ongoing drought in the Western Cape region.
News24Wire, 18 August 2017
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