Equipping the educational hospital in Basra by an integrated desalination plant.

As a result of its contribution to solving the problem of water in the province of Basra, the technical staff of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine recently completed the installation of a complete water system with high productivity and purity in the educational hospital in Al-Baradhi'iya district in the province, which was suffering from the lack of water.

Head of the Engineering Projects Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, Eng. Dea' Majeed Al-Sa'egh, said: "This step came after several visits of a specialized team by the engineering projects department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, following information that the water supply to the hospital is not suitable for human use. The number of visits resulted from putting the hand on the suffering of this hospital, and after the laboratory tests of this water it was found that the water coming from the plant is of high salinity water, reaching 22 parts per million, while the other source of water of the hospital is from the Bid'ah station."

Eng. Ahmed Amjad, supervisor of the implementation of this system and one of the members of the Supreme Religious Authority Team, which was assigned to find solutions to the water crisis in the province of Basra, added: "After we completed all the laboratory tests and a study of the subject, we reached to know the size and type of station. And the system was appropriate from the scientific point of view is a highly saline system, so that it can withstand up to (30 thousand) parts per million of salts, and the capacity of (15) cubic meters per hour, or (15) thousand liters per hour."

He added: "After that we started work and prepared the appropriate place to set up the system, which was determined according to scientific data, and after the identification of water sources, the installation work was completed within ten days in several stages and processes."

He concluded: "We have also conducted a survey and inspection of the hospital's pipeline networks, which have been processed in cooperation with the rest of the Supreme Religious Authority Team. And the water covers now most of the hospital's sections, and we continue to work until the usable water reaches all parts of the hospital."
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