How to buy desalination equipment and supplies
In December 2016, the Indian government announced a plan to convert 80% of the country’s desalinated drinking water into drinking water by 2030.
But with the global economy struggling, India’s desalinization plan was shelved.
The country’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised that the country would begin desalinating its water in 2019, but it has so far failed to meet its target.
In December 2017, the country announced it would start the process of desalining its water by 2019.
A team of experts from the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation has been tasked with finding and developing desalification technology.
Ravi Shankar, the Deputy Chief Secretary of the Ministry said: “The desalifier is going to become a reality very soon.
It is not a simple task and requires the knowledge of many experts, the expertise of engineers, the skill of doctors and a lot of time.
The desalizer is not the only technology in this.
This is also a technology that can also be used in other countries to save energy and water.”
The Ministry is now working on a detailed report on the desalifying technology that will be submitted to the Cabinet.
The report will also give details on the infrastructure needed for the project.
The Ministry has also asked the Government of India to establish a desalting center at the Mysuru and Raja Bagh sites.
The Mysurkuru desalinate plant, which has the capacity to desaliate water from 5,000 feet, is scheduled to be operational by 2019-20.
The Raja Bhagh desalinerys plant has the capability to desalt up to 5,500 feet of water.
India has also been investing heavily in desalitation technology and is now one of the world’s leading desaliners.
Last year, the government announced the creation of a Rs 4,000 crore Desalination Technology Development Fund.