Each lock chamber of Panama Canal will have three water-saving basins, which will reuse 60 percent of the water in each transit and use 7% less water than the existing locks.
Each water-saving basin is approximately 70 meters wide by 5.50 meters deep.
More information: expansion.pancanal.com
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