desalination


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  • noun

Synonyms for desalination

the removal of salt (especially from sea water)

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Consequently, the government as well as industry players are gradually shifting their focus towards desalination technology, which can offer a sustainable and economical alternative to conventional water treatment technologies.
As technology partner Veolia and Masdar will share the costs to build and operate a pilot plant -- the first step of this partnership -- that will have the same characteristics as future large scale innovative and low energy consumption's desalination plant.
The Renewable Energy Water Desalination Program is a pilot to test and develop advanced energy-efficient seawater desalination technologies suitable to be powered by renewable energy sources.
The pilot programme is a direct result of a call to action to improve water security made by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, which will stimulate growth, promote investment and advance the desalination sector.
The continuing drought has made desalination a buzzword in water discussions around the state, amid the scramble for new water supplies to accommodate the rapid population and industry growth anticipated in Texas.
The desalination plant is constructed under a Design, Build, Own and Operate (DBOO) model and is expected to commence operations in 2013.
When Japan was hit by the tragedy, Bader bin Nasser Al Farisi, managing director of Sur Medical East Trading LLC, ordered two mobile water desalination units (from the Japanese company) to be sent to the affected places.
After opening a conference in Riyadh on water desalination in Arab countries, Prince Turki observed that the national policy of science and technology has accorded paramount importance to research on technologies for producing clean water and energy.
Temporary desalination water for several islands and resorts will now benefit from uninterrupted supply of fresh water.
AaAaAaAa Addressing the gathering, Mohammed bin Abdullah al Mahrouqi, Chairman of the Public Authority for Electricity and Water said that the cost of the water desalination plant being fully financed by the private sector stood at RO.
The workshop, held with the support of the UAE Ministry of Environment and Water, Ministry of Energy and the International Desalination Association (IDA), also recommended that desalination management should be brought under the scope of Integrated Water Management in order to ensure long-term sustainability.
JEDDAH: The Shuaiba Barge Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) plant, which is a distinct desalination project and one of Saudi Arabia's largest reverse osmosis (RO) seawater desalination plants and the world's largest sea-based desalination plant, is one of Jeddah's major emergency sources of water.
While the wave energy technology featured in your article on desalination in Australia ("Fresh Water from Down Under the Waves," Currents, March/April 2006) sounds like a forward-thinking solution for powering such operations, it is not a technology being considered here in the U.
Officials from Singapore to California are watching the construction of a desalination plant that will make Tampa the first city in the nation to use converted sea water as a primary source for drinking water - a concept the Castaic Lake Water Agency is investigating.
com/research/p85n59/china_water_desali) has announced the addition of the "China Water Desalination Plants Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2017" report to their offering.