Manjimup farmer set to export water under its proposed pipeline at a rate of around 4,000 tonnes per day
Manjimup farmer set to export water under its proposed pipeline at a rate of around 4,000 tonnes per day.
The company says the project should also benefit local farmers by diversifying water supplies and helping them achieve better returns.
The project’s developers said they had signed an agreement with the South-Korea Water Agency (SSWA) and planned to start pumping groundwater from the Luyang River earlier this year.
The pipeline, if constructed, would bring water under its own control, with a goal of transporting 9.75 million tonnes우리카지노 of water per day through the country’s second-lar우리카지노gest river, the Ganges.
The proposal was submitted by Korean Water Technology Co-operation and submitted to South Korea’s Supreme Court on Tuesday.
On March 28, the SSWA approved the project, which also includes a proposed extension to bring water to the central provinces of Busan, Seoul and Seongju on the southern coast of the Korean Peninsula.
Last month, South Korea announced it had sold an 8.6-billion-yuan ($12.9-billion) project to an offshore oil and gas company for $5.우리카지노5 billion.