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13 separate islands to adopt desalination plants to secure fresh water

According to Yonhap News,

13 separate islands, scattering alongside the west coast of the peninsula, will have desalination plants to switch sea water into clean, edible water. Boryong city and K-Water signed a consignment agreement to work together to co-manage water supply system in the insular areas. In an attempt to give better access to clean, fresh water to residents in Boryong, who’ve long been struggling to secure safe water resources.

K-water plans to install desalination facilities, which can generate 111.5 cubic meters per day, in 13 islands including Wonsan, Sapsi, and Godae etc. to cover 3,900 residents.

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Source: Yonhap News (Feb 25 , 2020)

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