World’s Largest Desalination Plant Up And Running in Israel


Turning salt water into drinking water on a large scale may after all be practical. The world’s largest seawater desalination plant, Sorek, is already providing 20 percent of the water consumed by Israel's households, and it will produce 627,000 cubic meters of water daily. Built for around $500 million, it uses reverse osmosis technology.

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