desalinization


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  • noun

Synonyms for desalinization

the removal of salt (especially from sea water)

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Peebco H-2-0's water desalinization units can convert millions of gallons of ocean salt water into fresh, inexpensive, potable and industrial-use water for everyday use.
The four mathematical models including the power, exponential, inverse, and logarithmic models were fitted to the desalinization values, were analyzed using statistical criteria such as coefficient of determination and standard deviation at the one percent level of significance, and the most suitable desalinization model for the tested soils was determined.
If someone wants a policy recommendation out of this crisis in the Arabian Sea, mine would be this: Start an international crash program of construction of solar-powered desalinization plants for Yemen and work with tribes, Houthis and nationalists alike to get them built as soon as possible.
Albeirutty said, "This project is an opportunity to blaze a new trail in seawater desalinization plants by leveraging the advanced technology of Hitachi and Hitachi Plant Technologies.
But a few hundred miles farther west, El Paso's half-million residents have plenty of water even though they live in the middle of the Chihuahua Desert, thanks to a massive desalinization plant and a successful 20-year-old conservation program.
Currently Pawlak and his team are working on projects related to desalinization of water combined with heavy metal removal.
Rodman goes on to state that the answer to fresh water supply is two fold: conservation on one hand, and desalinization on the other.
Summary: Italian energy company Eni SpA has agreed to help Libya build a naval port, desalinization plant and 1,000 houses in the El Agheila area along the Gulf of Sirte.
Written as an overview for existing or proposed desalinization plants, and as a precursor for later official publications on the subject, this text is a comprehensive study of the desalinization industry, including health and environmental impact assessments.
AL HAYAT mentioned that much of Kuwait's fresh water comes from the desalinization of Gulf waters, and that there is some fear that these may be contaminated.
Chad Walker has accepted the position of Green World Water(TM) manager and will be responsible for promotion and sales of AEHI's latest investment in nuclear desalinization reactors.
Philadelphia also made a connection with the Middle East Children's Alliance (MECA) in San Francisco, which has a project that builds well water purification and desalinization units for Gaza schools and keeps them maintained.
Desalinization of seawater was deemed highly effective but extremely expensive.
1 billion bond money to build and maintain a few desalinization plants.
Spain built its first desalinization plant in 1965 and was one of the first countries in the Mediterranean region to consider desalination as a viable solution to solve water shortage issues in large urban areas.