Moroccan company Office Cherifien des Phosphates (OCP) has selected Cadagua to design and build a EUR60m ($85.06m) seawater desalination plant in Morocco.

The desalination plant will be built based on reverse osmosis in the Jorf Lasfar industrial complex.

The Jorf Lasfar project will have a capacity of 75,800 cubic meters.

The contract includes the design, manufacture, supply, construction, assembly, testing and commissioning of the desalination plant.

The facility will incorporate energy recovery devices and will feature the latest technology in pre-treatments, dissolved air flotation and ultra-filtration.

Cadagua is a Ferrovial Agroman subsidiary that is engaged in the design, construction and operation of water treatment plants.