Egypt to establish the largest desalination plants in the world
Major General Kamel al-Wazir, head of the Armed Forces Engineering Authority, said that Egypt is working on the establishment of the largest seawater desalination plants in the world. He added: "The total of what we are working on today is 1 million cubic meters of sea water only .. This figure will rise in the future .. Water in Hurghada on an area of ​​80 thousand square meters. "

He added during a telephone call to the program "Every day", broadcast on the channel "ON E" and FM Radio "FM", that the state carried out desalination plants in the area of ​​Matrouh and Dabaa desalination desalination of 100 thousand cubic meters per day in addition to stations in South Sinai, "What we are doing now is the largest water desalination plant in the world in Ain Sukhna, which will purify 164 thousand cubic meters of water per day will feed the economic zone in the north-west of the Gulf of Suez, in addition to 3 other giant plants with a capacity of 150 thousand Meters daily, one in the majesty and the other in East Port Said and the last in the new Alamein. "

The head of the engineering body of the armed forces, the existence of a mandate to establish desalination plants in the new cities that grew up in the coastal areas.

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