IDE Technologies Signs Contract Worth Over 100 Million Euros to Supply a Desalination Plant to Australia
IDE CEO: "This Deal Places IDE in a Key Position for Competing for Similar Projects in the Future, Establishes IDE's Presence on the Australian Continent and Strengthens its Worldwide Deployment
TEL AVIV, Israel, August 12 /PRNewswire/ -- IDE Technologies, jointly
owned (50:50) by Th...
TU Delft tests windmill for seawater desalination
A traditional windmill which drives a pump: that is the simple concept behind the combination of windmill/reverse osmosis developed by the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in The Netherlands. In this case, it involves a high-pressure pump which pushes water through a membrane using approx...
Dual Frost & Sullivan Accolade for Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies
...rently equipped with a strong portfolio of thermal desalination
"This complements the Reverse Osm...n VWS&T, resulting in aggressive growth in the desalination
plant market in the Middle East," states Royan. "T...ract of building one of the worlds largest thermal desalination
plant with a capacity of 800,000 m3/day for the Ju...
Toray to establish water treatment R&D center at NTU in Singapore
...r by 2010, particularly in the reverse osmosis membrane market for seawater desalination
and reclamation of wastewater. TWTL, which will be housed in NTU's NEWRI, i... of PUB, Mr Manohar Khiatani of EDB and Dr Masaru Kurihara of International desalination
Association (IDA), witnessed the signing ceremony.
The centre will start...
Jordan's fossil water source has high radiation levels
...y to safe levels by diluting radium-rich water with low-radium water from other sources, he said, or by treating it with ion exchange, reverse osmosis desalination
or lime softening. Each of these three treatment technologies does a good job of removing radium, Vengosh noted, but each produces solid and liquid re...
Next 10 years crucial to ensure provision of clean water for future generations
... talk on portable water and solutions for the removal of contamination; Dr Srikumar Banerjee from the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre will discuss water desalination
for agriculture application; and Dr Tapan Chakrabarti, the acting director for the National Environment Engineering Research Institute who will be pre...
Desalination of Sea is Not a Solution to Tackle Global Water Scarcity: WWF
...n should rather be paid to conserving supplies, as desalination
is an expensive , energy intensive process that re...head is given to major water projects.
plants, which are primarily located in coastal are...nnounced plans to build one of the world's biggest desalination
plants to supply drinking water to Melbourne.
Israel Offers Help to India in Tackling Water Scarcity
...izen, deputy commissioner of water and the head of desalination
Board in Israel.
"It had been an uphill ta...experts explained that the country has three major desalination
plants already in place and a 75 percent recycling...ble options to produce fresh water. Unfortunately, desalination
accounts for less than one percent of our total su...
Desalination in Biological News
Researchers achieve major breakthrough with water desalination system
Concern over access to clean water is no longer just an issue for the developing world, as California faces its worst drought in recorded history. According to state's Department of Water Resources, supplies in major reservoirs and many groundwater basins are well below average. Court-ordered rest...
New chlorine-tolerant, desalination membrane hopes to boost access to clean water
AUSTIN, TexasA chemical engineering professor at The University of Texas at Austin is part of a team that has developed a chlorine-tolerant membrane that should simplify the water desalination
process, increasing access to fresh water and possibly reducing greenhouse gases.
"If we make the desa...
New solutions to the ancient problem of maintaining a fresh water supply is discussed in a special issue of the Inderscience publication International Journal of Nuclear Desalination. With predictions that more than 3.5 billion people will live in areas facing severe water shortages by the year 20...
Wastewater produces electricity and desalinates water
... methods require large amounts of energy.
can be accomplished without electrical energy inpu...ricity to desalinate water and using the microbial desalination
cells, we could actually desalinate water and prod...alinating the water in the middle chamber.
cell releases ions into the outer chambers that he...
Salt block unexpectedly stretches in Sandia experiments
...ssure, salt is brittle. Hit it with a hammer, it shatters like glass."
That a block of salt can stretch rather than remain inert might affect world desalination
efforts, which involve choosing particular sizes of nanometer-diameter pores to strain salts from brackish water. Understanding unexpected salt deform...
New online report on massive jellyfish swarms released
...re miles--have caused injuries and even occasional deaths to water enthusiasts, and have caused serious damage to fisheries, fish farms, marine mines, desalination
plants, ships and nuclear power plants. Since the 1980s, jellyfish swarms have cost the world's fishing and tourism industries alone hundreds of milli...
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev to host
...ddressed at the "Drylands, Deserts and Desertification" conference include desert ecology, solar energy, conservation, sustainable desert agriculture, desalination
and the role of gender in desertification.
According to the chairman of the organizing committee, Dr. Alon Tal, who is a professor of environmenta...
'Arid aquaculture' among livelihoods promoted to relieve worsening pressure on world's drylands
...th modern materials and construction techniques.
In parts of Egypt, meanwhile, where well water for drinking is a problem due to high salinity, new desalination
technologies using solar energy were successfully introduced, virtually eliminating the cost of buying water and improving health through better water...
New 'chemical radar' among national security innovations in ACS podcast
Fresh water from the sea. Almost 97 per cent of Earth's water is salty water in the oceans and brackish water inland. Advances in water desalination
technology are making more of this water available for drinking, agriculture, and industry.
Confronting climate change now. Stopgap measures offe...
Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions debuts with focus on drinking water
...is is a downside of water conservation," he said.
The next Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions podcast, due in July, deals with advances in water desalination
technology that promise to provide a drought-proof supply of fresh water from the sea.
Desalination in Biological Technology
LLNL researchers peer into water in carbon nanotubes
...ve suggested that carbon nanotubes may be used for desalination
and demineralization because of their small pore size and enhanced flow properties. Conventional desalination
membranes are typically much less permeable and re...anotube membranes could reduce the energy costs of desalination
While the technology offers gre...
Countering an approaching water crisis
...of other advanced technologies, the review paper addresses how these systems can be used for disinfection, decontamination, reuse and reclamation, and desalination
of water supplies across the globe.
"Clearly, a coordinated, multi-faceted approach is needed to deal with complex water issues," said Geoffrey Pr...
Desalination in Biological Dictionary
...CNTC is an American Manufacturer based in Los Angeles, CA of Reverse Osmosis systems for military, industral and residential applications as well as desalination
... Reverse Osmosis systems from Pure Aqua deliver high performance at the lowest life-cycle costs. ... Sea Water Reverse Osmosis . Water Makers...