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Ramón Velásquez Araguayán, el ministro del Ministerio del Poder Popular Para Ecosocialismo y Aguas de Venezuela, realizó una inspección al sitio de la planta desalinizadora en Venezuela construida

2017-12-01

Recientemente, el ministro del Ministro del Poder Popular Para Ecosocialismo y Aguas de Venezuela, Ramón Velásquez Araguayán (en adelante denominado “el ministroVelásquez Araguayán”), realizó una inspección al sitio de la planta desalinizadora construida por RIGHTLEDER·ENVIRONMENTAL (en adelante denominado “RIGHTLEDER”), que es también la primera planta de desalinización EPC en Venezuela construida por empresas chinas!
 

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  The photo of Minister VelásquezAraguayán (third from left in the first row) with staffs of RIGHTLEDER in Venezuela desalination project
 

  In the total duration of 379 days in Venezuela EPC desalination project, RIGHTLDER is responsible for the construction of the plant, the post-operation system, equipment maintenance and the training of more than 40 technical staffs. RIGHTLEDER takes all-around responsibilities of this project.

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  Minister VelásquezAraguayán (L1) drunk water directly from the desalination system
 

  Aiming to improve the water quality for Venezuela’s residents, this seawater desalination project is recognized by the Minister VelásquezAraguayán. Minister VelásquezAraguayán inspected the progress of the desalination plant at the present stage on the spot and directly drunk the product water from the desalination system. He was very satisfied with the taste and purity of the freshwater, and meanwhile praised the RIGHTLEDER’s technical strength and the professional team.
 

  Minister VelásquezAraguayán (L3) inspected the system equipment of the desalination plant on the spot
 

 

  It is learned that this Venezuelan desalination plant contracted by RIGHTLEDER will become a “Popular Feelings Project” for Venezuelan residents. Venezuela’s oil reserves top five in the world, is the founding member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, so the oil industry is the main lifeline of Venezuela’s economy. However, in the second half of 2014, as the oil price plunged and the economy downturn, Venezuela’s economy was affected. This situation also affected the operation of Venezuela’s desalination plant, which is undoubtedly exacerbated the pressure on freshwater resources. There is a great challenge for the quality and quantity of the direct drinking water.
 

  Minister VelásquezAraguayán (L3) listened to RIGHTLEDER’s technical team to introduce the project
 

  However, this “Popular Feelings Project” constructed by RIGHTLEDER not only effectively solves the problem of drinking water quality and quantity for Venezuelan residents, but also meets requirements of special water for agricultural irrigation, food, beverage and ice making industries, and thus fundamentally solving the negative effects caused by water scarcity. And more importantly, except for providing the international leading technology for this project, RIGHTLEDER has assigned experienced professional teams to support this Venezuelan project. It ensures the output water quality of the contracted EPC desalination plant as well as the durable and stable operation of the plant. It is the real benefit to the residents of Venezuela.
 

  RIGHTLEDER has been enjoyed great prestige in the industry, while using results to honor our promises. This project not only gets the praise by the Minister VelásquezAraguayán, but also gains the acceptance of the Venezuelan government. This project cannot go well without the strong support of the local government and relevant departments. The Venezuelan local staff frankly said that” when the fact that we actually drink high-quality freshwater is before us, the government has no reason not to support such a conscience enterprise, as supporting them is benefiting ourselves.”

Ramón Velásquez Araguayán, el ministro del Ministerio del Poder Popular Para Ecosocialismo y Aguas de Venezuela, realizó una inspección al sitio de la planta desalinizadora en Venezuela construida