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Synonyms for desalination

the removal of salt (especially from sea water)

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the Consultative Council of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia underscored the importance of dual production of electricity and desalination of water if the two projects were to be placed on sea coasts or their vicinities, or where there are artisan salt water with abundant quantities with the exception of where it was proved economically infeasible to have dual production or where there is no demand for water or electricity.
PAEW officials said they would be focusing on desalination of water for human consumption since groundwater and surface water are scarce in the Al Wusta Governorate.
The delegation will participate in a workshop on developing practical solutions for using the non-traditional waters, with emphasis on using renewable energy in desalination of water and recycling of wastewater.
five years, for her research on the desalination of water and oil production.
T he Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz would patronize the Conference on Desalination of Water in Arab Countries (ARWADEX 8).
The workshop aims to determine the water resources and their effect on the percentage of the salt in water in Basra as well as using modern technology in the field of purification and desalination of water to secure the drinking water for citizens," he added.
Thermal desalination of water is based on evaporation, which replicates nature's own purification process, by heating water and condensing the steam.
He said the use of atomic energy in the Arab world did not reach the aspired for level, noting its absence in the production of electricity and the desalination of water.
It recommended taking water from the Shannon at Lough Ree and desalination of water from the Irish Sea if the needs of the greater Dublin area are to be met in the long-term.
The mission of the WateReuse Research Foundation is to conduct and promote applied research on the reclamation, recycling, reuse, and desalination of water.