desalinization


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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

desalinization

[dē‚sal·ə·nə′zā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
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Via our website, we are currently taking orders for both our salt water desalinization units and our bulk supply of fresh water.
In 2007, the Kay Bailey Hutchison Desalinization Plant opened and became a main source of water for the city.
In creating the company, AEHI recently signed a contract with China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) to produce the world's first commercially available nuclear desalinization reactor.
But the water from the desalinization plants will only have to be utilized during drought situations as supplemental and not as a primary water source.
5 Billion for the period 2004 to 2015 in desalinization treatment plants in an effort to increase the production capacity of fresh water by 1,100 hm3 per year.
Nanotechnology also promises to greatly enhance water quality by improving filtration and advancing desalinization.
To address the mounting stress on water resources in the Dead Sea basin and the environmental hazards caused by its lowering, the researchers suggest that the diversion of Jordan water to the Mediterranean coast could be replaced by desalinization of seawater.
Dear EarthTalk: With all the talk of desalinization of ocean water for drinking, what do we know about the impacts this might have on climate, ocean salinity and other natural processes?
office of Weston Solutions, discussed the latest information on desalinization as an example of emerging technologies.
amp;zwnj; The company will also be devoted to improving the infrastructure and quality-of-life of Libya urban areas, by providing them with necessary services such as water desalinization and treatment solutions, in addition to energy and power generation.
It says: "OPEC demand continues to benefit from petrodollar fueled economic growth focused in oil-intensive sectors: infrastructure, power generations, water desalinization and petrochemicals processing".