Technical visit to Tuas Desalination Plant

4 September 2019
Technical visit to Tuas Desalination Plant

Technical visit to Tuas Desalination Plant on
4th September 2019, Wednesday    

Programme Details
Date: Wednesday, 4th September 2019
Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm

Itinerary
9.00am                – Registration at 80 Jurong East Street 21 Level 1 Lobby
9.30am                – Coach to leave for Tuas Desalination Plant
10.00am              – Reach Tuas Desalination Plant for security clearance
10.15am              – Tour briefing on TDP’s operations and facilities
11.30am              – Q&A session
12.00pm             – Coach to leave for SWA office  
12.30pm             – Reach SWA office
 
Transport will be provided from SWA Office (coach will leave sharply at 9.30am) to site and back.
 
For more information, please contact:
Ms Cecilia Tan, Association Manager
Tel: (65) 6515 0812
Email: cecilia@swa.org.sg

Registration
To register for this technical visit, please fill up the attached registration form and email to cecilia@swa.org.sg. Registration will be on a first-come first served basis (each company may register up to 2 participants).
 
Participants are advised to make payment for the full fee of SGD50.00 per pax prior to the site visit to ensure that your registration is confirmed and accepted.

Registration Form – TDP


Tuas Desalination Plant (TDP) is Singapore’s third desalination plant built to further strengthen Singapore’s water supply system to eet the growing demand in a reliable and cost-efficient manner. The state of the art desalination plant is built on a compact footprint of 3.5ha and is capable of producing 136,000m3 (30 MGD) of drinking water each day that is equivalent to 54 Olympic size swimming pools.

TDP is the first energy efficient desalination plant in Singapore with over 55% of the total roof area covered by high efficiency solar panels. 1.2 Megawatt of clean energy is generated via these solar panels which is sufficient to power all lightings installed in the plant. TDP is a good example of strengthening Singapore’s water supply system in a land and water scare city state.