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Dutch company shows interest to invest in Karachi desalination, garbage processing plants
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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday chaired a meeting of Pakistan Islands Development Authority (PIDA) and Ravi River Urban Development Authority (RUDA) here in Islamabad, ARY News reported


Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, RUDA chairman, PIDA chairman and senior government officials were present in the meeting, which was also attended by the representatives of Dutch company AWTEC, interested for investment in the projects.

During the meeting, AWTEC Netherland, a Dutch company presented a proposal for the establishment of plants for desalination of water and power generation from the garbage in Karachi with the investment US$ 1.3 billion.

The Dutch company also exhibited deep interest for investment in Ravi City Project and the establishment of a renewable energy plant in Lahore.

In that respect, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) would soon be signed between AWTEC and the Government of Pakistan.
On the occasion, prime minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan was facing continuous problems due to the unavailability of appropriate arrangements for garbage processing.

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Dutch company shows interest to invest in Karachi desalination, garbage processing plants
Web Desk On Nov 27, 2020


ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday chaired a meeting of Pakistan Islands Development Authority (PIDA) and Ravi River Urban Development Authority (RUDA) here in Islamabad, ARY News reported


Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, RUDA chairman, PIDA chairman and senior government officials were present in the meeting, which was also attended by the representatives of Dutch company AWTEC, interested for investment in the projects.

During the meeting, AWTEC Netherland, a Dutch company presented a proposal for the establishment of plants for desalination of water and power generation from the garbage in Karachi with the investment US$ 1.3 billion.

The Dutch company also exhibited deep interest for investment in Ravi City Project and the establishment of a renewable energy plant in Lahore.

In that respect, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) would soon be signed between AWTEC and the Government of Pakistan.
On the occasion, prime minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan was facing continuous problems due to the unavailability of appropriate arrangements for garbage processing.

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Build desalination plants and get rid of pani chori in water lines...
 

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Desalination Plant will eliminate water mafia and a corrupt black market for unhealthy water.
 

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I'm surprised desalination plants were not part of CPEC from the start. The need was always there.
 

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There was never a shortage of Water , water always was available.
The Provincial Administrators could not build new Pipelines to properly transport water to New Communities


Water/Electricity theft were self created Creatures by people who continue to profit from the Ventures
 

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I'm surprised desalination plants were not part of CPEC from the start. The need was always there.
I'm pretty sure they are.

Regardless, the biggest problem is the cost of desalination plants. Not just the upfront cost, but running costs as well.

Israel is the biggest user of desalination plants, getting around half of its fresh water supply from them, but it spends a massive amount of money to keep them operational.
 

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Dutch company shows interest to invest in Karachi desalination, garbage processing plants
Web Desk On Nov 27, 2020


ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday chaired a meeting of Pakistan Islands Development Authority (PIDA) and Ravi River Urban Development Authority (RUDA) here in Islamabad, ARY News reported


Governor Sindh Imran Ismail, RUDA chairman, PIDA chairman and senior government officials were present in the meeting, which was also attended by the representatives of Dutch company AWTEC, interested for investment in the projects.

During the meeting, AWTEC Netherland, a Dutch company presented a proposal for the establishment of plants for desalination of water and power generation from the garbage in Karachi with the investment US$ 1.3 billion.

The Dutch company also exhibited deep interest for investment in Ravi City Project and the establishment of a renewable energy plant in Lahore.

In that respect, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) would soon be signed between AWTEC and the Government of Pakistan.
On the occasion, prime minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan was facing continuous problems due to the unavailability of appropriate arrangements for garbage processing.

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Pakistani universities manufacture literally 1000s of engineers every year. Why not put them to good use??

Why give billions to gora??

Usually when such goras get involved. The game takes a totally different direction and suddenly it's all about both the gora company and government paindoos to embezzle as much money as possible.

Hai k nai??
 

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