Desalination plant opens in London

BBC: The Duke of Edinburgh has opened what is thought to be the first water desalination plant on the UK mainland. The facility in Beckton, east London, is part of Thames Water's plan to tackle water shortages in the capital. It said the £270m centre would deliver up to 140 million litres of water to 400,000 homes in a drought. The plant will be run by using renewable biofuels such as cooking oil and waste fat in an effort to reduce its impact on the ......

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