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saltworks

[′sȯlt‚wərks]
(engineering)
A building or group of buildings where salt is produced commercially, as by extraction from sea water or from the brine of salt springs. Also known as salina; saltern.
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We are thrilled to introduce our new product offerings to retail, grocery and bulk ingredient customers during the Fancy Food Show this June," said Mark Zoske, CEO of SaltWorks.
A flow-on effect has been the artificial inoculation of cysts in saltworks in Brazil, Vietnam and other countries, and also the search for alternative brine shrimp strains and species to culture (Lavens & Sorgeloos, 2000).
Although his study is focused on the saltworks in La Salina, Rosenthal frequently compares the political, economic, and social impact of salt producing activities in La Salina with similar salt producing activities in other areas of Colombia.
The Guerrero Negro saltworks are adjacent to Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, encompassing 33,000 ha of artificial wetlands.
The company added that Saltworks has developed a technology using solar energy or waste heat from power generation to convert salt water into fresh water through desalination potentially for industries, drinking and irrigation for communities and agriculture, while General Fusion is developing fusion technology to produce energy with the use of hydrogen atoms that are abundant in seawater.
Last August, 30 youths were spotted shining laser pens into the cockpits of planes going into Liverpool's John Lennon Airport in the Saltworks area of Frodsham.
Saltholme, which reclaimed former brinefield, saltworks and clay extraction land, cost pounds 7m, with pounds 2.
The Union Army attacked and destroyed Southern saltworks wherever they found them.
1994, The origin of catastrophic water inflow into the Mina transverse, Studies and Materials on the History of Saltworks, XVIII, Wieliczka 1994, 117-126, Wieliczka, Poland.
A second addendum to the report of a survey for Aboriginal sites at the proposed saltworks expansion area and quarry near Port Hedland.
Information on waterfront homes at Canalside Wharf are available at the Sales Centre in Saltworks Lane, Weston, and open Thursday to Monday, 11am to 5pm.
It seems that no one could describe the work to be done, since it was believed that the springs that provided water to the aqueduct were not the Salone Springs, but rather those at the saltworks near the Trigeminian Gate, between the Aventine Hill and the Tiber River.