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desalination

[dēsal′inā′shən]
Etymology: L, de, from, sal, salt
the process of removing salt from water or other substances.

desalination

(dē-săl″ĭ-nā′shŭn)
Partial or complete removal of salts from a substance, as from seawater or brackish water, so that it is suitable for agricultural or household purposes but not necessarily for drinking.
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The 150,000 cubic metre per day (m3/d) Sohar 1 Power and Desalination Plant halted production on May 5 and 19, resulting in a critical interruption of water supply in the North Al Batinah area.
Figure 40: IDE Technologies Number of Desalination Plants, 2005 & 2013
They will start developing clean energy for the trial desalination plant, which is in Ghantoot, on the border between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, immediately.
The second phase of the King Abdullah Initiative for Solar Water Desalination initiative aims to develop a solar desalination plant with a capacity of 300,000m[sup.
Limassol Consortium, The Israeli companies Mekorot Development and Enterprise Ltd and Mekorot Israel National Water Company, as well as local companies Logicom Public Ltd and Demetra Investment Public Ltd for their contribution to the building of the desalination plant.
He observed that the UAE was at an advantage for setting up solar thermal desalination plants because it had high solar energy intensity.
9 billion) per year on building, operating and maintaining desalination plants and this will jump by over 300 per cent to $3.
The project will be supplied by A'Duqum Desalination Plant that has capacity of six thousand cubic meters per day.
com/research/530b0f4c/south_africa_water) has announced the addition of the "South Africa Water Desalination Plants Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2017" report to their offering.
Besides the Ghubra plant, seven more desalination plants in Oman are scheduled over the next four years.
Abdullah Al Mahrouqi said that red tides have a remarkable impact on fisheries and desalination plants in Oman.