Desalination plants have cautionary history
While many countries have looked to desalination plants as the solution to water shortages, not all plants have proved successful.
While many countries have looked to desalination plants as the solution to water shortages, not all plants have proved successful. In Australia, four large plants built during a national drought are now offline, still costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars in maintenance — demonstrating that changes in conditions that inspire such megaprojects can result in unforeseen consequences. (Circle of Blue)
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