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TRSDC inaugurates project to produce water extracted from sunlight, air

JEDDAH — The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) has inaugurated the first station to produce water fully extracted from the sunlight and air, as part of its endeavors to preserve the natural environment in a sustainable development that contributes to reducing carbon emissions.

This is in addition to be a part of the Saudi tourist products that have started to diversify and develop according to the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.

TRSDC Chief Administrative Officer and Spokesperson Ahmed Ghazi Darwish stressed that launching this pioneering project in cooperation with Source Global, which specializes in water extraction, is in line with what the multi-product Saudi tourism sector is witnessing that will meet tourists’ demands at the Red Sea distinguished destination through various means.

He noted that the water extraction station, which works on solar energy and is the biggest of its kind, has a production capacity of two million bottles with a total of 330 millimeters…

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