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remove salt from

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Muscat: Oman plans to desalinate ocean water using solid municipal waste as fuel, senior officials of the Sultanate's waste management agency said.
Water desalination can be accomplished without electrical energy input or high water pressure by using a source of organic matter as the fuel to desalinate water," according to the researchers.
The Finance Ministry had previously put a $400 million price tag on the plant, which will use reverse-osmosis to desalinate seawater from the Mediterranean.
said Monday it has landed a Saudi Arabian order for high-tech membranes to desalinate seawater.
It could cost as much as $422 million to desalinate the wastewater discharged into the Santa Clara River from the Valencia and Saugus water reclamation plants through a reverse osmosis process, according to officials of the sanitation districts.
Consequently, our immediate commercial focus for the MIC technology will be its potential to economically cleanse polluted water supplies and desalinate ocean water in order to make possible an unlimited pure water supply," said Darvie Fenison, Acting CEO and CFO for Prospero.
8 kilowatt-hours of energy is required to desalinate 220 imperial gallons of water, and Dr Mohammad Gadalla is well aware of the cost and energy expenses in desalinating water for the UAE.
OTEC uses the temperature difference between deep and shallow waters to desalinate warm surface water, which evaporates and then is cooled for desalination.
Israel's Water Commission anticipates that Israel will desalinate 20% of its water consumption by 2010.
It could cost as much as $422 million to desalinate the wastewater discharged into the Santa Clara River - the last natural river in Southern California - through a reverse-osmosis process, according to sanitation district officials.
The Long Beach Water Department currently operates a desalination pilot plant, which uses a unique membrane technology developed by Long Beach Water Department engineers, to desalinate seawater.
It could cost as much as $375 million to desalinate the wastewater discharged into the Santa Clara River - the last natural river in Southern California - through a reverse osmosis process, according to sanitation district officials.
The project aims to extract saltwater and desalinate it to produce water that is as good as bottled water, by using innovative technology.