Sorek goes live

As Israel prays for the end of its current drought, the new Sorek large-scale desalination plant has completed testing and is now fully operational. Its reverse osmosis membranes can produce 624,000 cubic meters of water a day – two-thirds of the combined output of the existing Ashkelon and Hadera facilities.
http://www.waterworld.com/articles/wwi/print/volume-28/issue-6/technology-case-studies/desalination/sorek-stands-tall.html

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