The two principals of the firm who have played a significant role in the acquisition of the Reverse Osmosis Plants for the APUA were invited to share with the Cabinet the delivery dates of the newest plants. CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WHATSAPP GROUP.
The principals confirmed that the replacement parts for several of the APUA R/O plants will arrive in Antigua before 31st May.
Those parts will be applied to existing plants whose efficiency has declined over time; and, the replacement of the new parts will cause the plants to produce more potable water, daily.
The Fort James Plant will arrive in a few weeks and it will take approximately six (6) weeks to be installed and to become operational.
It is expected to produce 500,000 gallons of potable water daily, and subsequently its output will increase to 1 million gallons daily.
The arrival of the Bethesda 3-million-gallons-a-day plant will arrive in Antigua as early as July and commissioning should be complete by the end of the year.
Drought conditions have made the challenge of providing potable water more difficult, the Cabinet agreed, and the experts asserted. CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR WHATSAPP GROUP.
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