desalination

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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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It's difficult to imagine a desert city having enough brackish water for a desalinization plant, but Archuleta said billions of years ago the Rio Grande deposited salt into the groundwater in the region now occupied by Fort Bliss, an expansive U.
When the desalinization plant finally opened in 1992, it operated at only one-third capacity and then mostly shut down six months later because of flood damage to the canal.
The Company's desalinization plant and hotel are located in Bautino and the Company believes Bautino is being developed as the main support center for offshore oil exploration activities in the north Caspian Sea, including the development of the giant Kashagan field.
Material ranging from heavy construction equipment to an entire desalinization plant is originating from points throughout the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, and other nations in South America.
80 million order from Kuwait to build a desalinization plant, the company said Monday.
The plant will be a desalinization plant based on reverse osmosis technology.
1 manufacturer of desalinization plants, said today it has won a US$270 million order from Qatar to build a desalinization plant.
5 million order from Libya to build a desalinization plant.
Caspian also owns controlling interest in a water desalinization plant, which furnishes fresh water to commercial and industrial companies in the port of Bautino.
Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer, will be a $17 million desalinization plant for El Malha, an Egyptian resort area overlooking the Red Sea.
The agreement calls for construction of a $400 million, 925 kilometer natural gas pipeline from the gas-producing fields of northern Argentina to Mejillones, Chile, a $450, 600-megawatt gas-fueled power plant and a $64 million, 10 million gallons per day water desalinization plant, both located in Mejillones.
The desalinization plant will produce more than 4 million gallons of potable water a day for the island's south coast.