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The plant, which started up in 2009, is Europe's largest desalination plant and supplies more than 1.3 million people with clean drinking water every day. The plant was built to increase the amount of water to more than 120 municipalities in the region, which corresponds to more than 4.5 million people.
The visit to the Barcelona desalination plant includes an audio-visual presentation that explains the water cycle and the treatment required to make the water drinkable. The visit also offers a stroll through the facility, where you will follow the same passage as the water comes through. You will also receive a brochure summarizing the process of desalination of the water.
The visit lasts approx. one hour and 15 minutes.

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