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OzWater 2016

Posted By: ADMIN, 21 May 2016, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: OzWater 2016, TaKaDu, Amir Peleg, Australia, Desalination, Convention, Save Water, Recycle Water, Leak, Leak Detector
Last week saw the Ozwater 16 meeting in Australia where delegates from the international water industry. The event is ran by the Australian Water Association (AWA) and is a "must attend" for water industry pros and anyone with a commercial interest in water. Last years event attracted over 2500 people...

What is The Desolenator?

Posted By: ADMIN, 06 May 2016, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: The Desolenator, Desalination, Imperial College London, Safe Drinking Water, Humanitarian
What is The Desolenator? It may sound like an enemy of the Terminator or a character from Transformers but this contraption is actually something that could be an answer to water problems in poor or rural areas. This device can make salt and contaminated water safe to drink, it looks like a solar panel on wheels but there is much more to it than that...

What is Pervaporation?

Posted By: ADMIN, 17 September 2015, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Desalination, water, Egypt, Alexandria University, Pervaporation, Condensing, Vapourising
A new desalination technique could be the key to providing thousands of people with potable drinking water. The new technology is not expensive and so could help thousands of people in poorer countries. The purification of water can be expensive at the best of times, even in countries where there is plenty of money...
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Groundwater Replenishment Schemes

Posted By: ADMIN, 24 June 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Australia, Perth, Groundwater Replenishment, Desalination, Aquifer, Recycle, Recharge, Blue Planet, Earth, Drinking Water
Ever wondered how we, on the so-called 'blue planet', where more than 70% of the planet is made up of water, could ever be lacking in the blue stuff to actually drink? Of all the water on the Earth, almost 97.5% is contained in seas and oceans, which is undrinkable without treatment. The remaining water is freshwater but over half of that water is frozen...