Toyota Tsusho-Eiffage-WABAG wins Dakar desalination plant contract  

Toyota Tsusho-Eiffage-WABAG wins Dakar desalination plant contract  

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            ▪ Toyota Tsusho-Eiffage-WABAG wins Dakar desalination plant contract  

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The consortium comprising Japan’s Toyota Tsusho, France’s Eiffage and Switzerland’s WABAG has won the contract for the design, construction and operation of the Mamelles seawater desalination plant in Dakar.

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