Seawater Desalination

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  • Australian desalination plant attracts fish

    Australian desalination plant attracts fish

    With growing populations and climate uncertainty, water security is a global concern. Many nations operate desalination plants, which remove salt from seawater to make it drinkable. These facilities typically discharge excess salt as hypersaline brine back into the ocean, with uncertain ecological effects. Now, researchers in Environmental Science & Technology report that a large ...

  • REvivED Project

    REvivED water project aims to contribute to overcoming the drinking water challenge via novel desalination. The goal is to produce safe, affordable and cost-competitive drinking water with ...

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  • Off-Shore Sea Water Desalination Watermaker
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    Off-Shore Sea Water Desalination Watermaker

    Fully automated Explosion Proof OffShore Sea Water Desalination Watermaker SW20K-Class1-Div2 Turnkey mainly for Oil Platforms capable of producing 10,000 GPD (Gallons per day) / (38m³/day) (238 BPD) of Pure Fresh Drinking Water from the Sea including Pre-Treatment Modules, Sea Water Desalination Reverse Osmosis Process, Post-Treatment Modules, and On-Demand Delivery Pump to Point of Use. ...

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  • Inland Desalination and Concentrate Management  - Webinar
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    Inland Desalination and Concentrate Management - Webinar

    With world population increasing and reliable freshwater supplies becoming more limited, desalination is a rapidly growing water supply alternative in many locations. Desalination offers a means of providing freshwater from abundant saline water sources. The increased use of inland desalination has created a need for advancements in concentrate management. AWWA Manual M69, Inland Desalination and ...