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desalination

, desalinization, desalinisation
the process of removing salt, esp from sea water so that it can be used for drinking or irrigation

desalination

[dē‚sal·ə′nā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Removal of salt, as from water or soil. Also known as desalting.
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Like with any desalination plant, the Ghantoot pilot plant starts by extracting seawater.
It is further anticipated that prior to construction of the Cerro Blanco mining project, any water produced from the desalination plant would be sold to third parties in the Huasco Valley region and that excess water, if any, from the amount ultimately required by the mine would continue to be sold to third parties after construction of the mine.
Sharjeel Memon informed the businessmen that the Karachi is being faced 50 percent shortage of the water and government is trying hard to overcome this shortage through improvement in distribution as well as creating new opportunities like installation of rental desalination plant in Karachi.
Sharjeel Memon informed the businessmen that Karachi is facing 50 percent shortage of the water and the government is trying hard to overcome this shortage through improvement in distribution as well as creating new opportunities like installation of rental desalination plant in Karachi.
An interruption last May in the Sohar desalination plant caused shortages in three governorates and affected 250,000 people.
This new desalination plant reflects our global expertise in the desalination sector," said Antoine Frerot, chairman and CEO of Veolia.
He added, Sewa has also started using smart devices to operate new water desalination plant located in Tahil Area to save payments for human operators.
8220;The market, largely dominated by multinational companies, has witnessed considerable contribution from domestic desalination plant installers in the last few years.
Contacted for comment, Rossing Uranium Advisor: Corporate Communications, Botha Ellis remained tight lipped about the project and informed the Economist that a media focus group is scheduled for 31 July 2014 at which point Rossing Uranium will be at liberty to unveil its plans for the planned desalination plant.
This is greater than the combined output of 77,000 cu m per day from the five desalination plants that Marafiq currently owns and operates in Jubail.
This is greater than the combined output of 77,000 cubic meters per day from the five desalination plants that Marafiq currently owns and operates in Jubail.
Kyrou said that the Paphos desalination plant was only used for about four months and in 2010 a good amount of rainfall resulted in a substantial inflow into the dams, as a result of which the desalination plant in Paphos was put on standby.