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Novel Method for the Production of Upgraded Water From Saline, Brackish and Polluted Water
Novel Method for the Production of Upgraded Water from Saline, Brackish and Polluted Water Princeton Docket # 12-2722/2817 The growing shortage of fresh water is a problem of international concern. Methods for upgrading sea water make an important contribution to the fresh water supply. Current large-scale methods for upgrading sea water are by...
Novel Method for the Production of Upgraded and Fresh Water from Saline, Brackish and Polluted Waters
Princeton Invention # 06-2206 The availability of fresh water for drinking, domestic and industrial uses is a growing problem in many parts of the world. Reverse osmosis and evaporation methods are currently in wide use for water remediation, notably in Saudi Arabia where potable water is produced on a large scale from sea water. Electrodialysis...