Official handover ceremony of the new systems at the Ffryes Beach Reverse Osmosis Plant

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HON. SAMANTHA MARHSALL SAID:

“At the official handover ceremony of the new systems at the Ffryes Beach Reverse Osmosis Plant.

 

I thank the Government and People of Japan for their kind assistance along with the incredible team at APUA.

 

The expansion of this plant doesn’t stop here.

 

Today, we announced that the Government of Antigua and Barbuda will be investing in the further expansion of the plant’s production capacity taking it to 1.2 million gallons per day.

 

Currently, Ffryes Beach has the capacity to store 350,000 gallons, and the same will be installed at Cades Bay, making it 700,000 of water storage for the Parish of St Mary.”

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