South Africa: Desalination Plant Market to Earn $69.7 Million USD by 2013

7 May 2007 by Local Press Report
CAPE TOWN, South Africa

— Revenues from South Africa's desalination could reach $69.7 million USD by 2013, according to business consulting firm Frost & Sullivan. "Water supply shortages, an increasing population and growth in the industrial sector (particularly in mining) are the key factors driving demand for water in South Africa," said Frost & Sullivan research analyst David Winter. "Municipal water managers, especially in coastal areas, are actively seeking alternative technologies and water sources such as desalination in order to solve the current, as well as anticipated water shortages." One alternative for them is desalination, Frost & Sullivan's analysis found...

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