Superlit continues supply of the irrigation network at Agadir’s seawater desalination station as a part of the new development strategy for the agricultural sector, called “Green Generation 2020-2030 and a national strategy for water and forests of Morocco.” As of today; supply of 96km has been completed and 20km has already been installed successfully. Total 150km of supply has been targeted to be completed in 2020.
Superlit’s obligations of contract which are starting from manufacturing till delivering the pipes to trench including stocking and unnesting in Morocco, is also being performed with success against all the changes under new environment of COVİD-19 without any delay.
This project will make it possible to build the largest desalination plants in the Mediterranean and African region with an initial capacity of 275,000 cubic meters (m³) per day, including 150,000 m³ per day intended for drinking water and the rest will irrigate 15,000 hectares of land. The desalination plant also provides for the option of being operated on wind power promoting the drive towards the exploration of sustainable energy in Africa. We are proud of to be a solution partner of such an important project for the environment.