A recent study showed that Morocco will need to desalinate 425 million m3 of water by 2030 to ensure supply, in fact it is currently implementing its Water Security Law and contractual frameworks, the water table contract, which sets out the rights, responsibilities and obligations of water users.
With to the world’s largest renewable energy-run desalination plant designed for drinking water and irrigation, to be set up in Agadir for a budget of MAD 2.6 billion, the Casablanca-Settat region will also build a seawater treatment platform, which will secure access to drinking water for Casablanca, which is still dependent on water from Rabat.
The aim is to avoid overexploitation of water resources, and the new plant will be located in Casablanca-Settant region, and will supply Casablanca.
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