Chinese scientists develop new material for seawater desalination – China

The research team led by Zhang Xuan, a professor at the Nanjing University of Science and Technology, developed the polyester reverse osmosis membrane, which overcame several limitations of mainstream commercial polyamide membranes, providing a new solution for the next generation of seawater desalination technology.

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Chinese scientists develop new material for seawater desalination – China2024-04-20T14:31:32+02:00

Desalination plant operational by Q3 – Cebu

The plant touted as the first utility-scale seawater desalination facility in the country is Vivant Infracore Holdings Inc.’s attempt at providing a sustainable solution to Cebu’s water crisis as it is expected to produce potable water that will satisfy the daily consumption of roughly 20,000 households.

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Desalination plant operational by Q3 – Cebu2024-04-20T14:37:47+02:00

Algarve desalination plant contested – Portugal

The construction of a desalination plant in the municipality of Albufeira, whose base value is 90 million euros, is one of the response measures to the drought affecting the southern region of Portugal, with the equipment expected to have an initial water conversion capacity from the sea in the potable capacity of 16 cubic hectometres.

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Algarve desalination plant contested – Portugal2024-04-15T09:02:43+02:00

Port of East London desalination plant goes ahead

TNPA has awarded the joint venture, Norland Civil Engineers and Contractors and Impact Water Solutions (PTY) Ltd (IWS), trading as Sun Water East London, a R60-million contract to construct and operate the solar-powered water desalination plant over seven years.

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Port of East London desalination plant goes ahead2024-04-15T08:59:45+02:00

TUNISIA: Tedagua, Orascom and Metito to build the Sfax desalination plant

The consortium recently signed a contract worth 200 million euros with Sonede, represented by its boss Mosbah Helali. It was also in the presence of Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem, the acting Tunisian Minister for Agriculture, Hydraulic Resources and Fisheries, as well as Shimizu Shinsuke, the Japanese ambassador to Tunisia.

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TUNISIA: Tedagua, Orascom and Metito to build the Sfax desalination plant2024-04-15T08:58:36+02:00

Revolutionizing Water Supply in Chennai: Cobra-Tedagua Consortium Launches Desalination Plant – India

The newly operational plant boasts a remarkable capacity to produce 150,000 m3/day of drinking water, utilizing cutting-edge technologies for seawater treatment. Its design emphasizes reliability and versatility in pretreatment processes, including lamellar sedimentation, Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF), ultrafiltration, and standard chemical adjustments. These features not only ensure the plant’s adaptability to varying raw water qualities but also contribute to its low electricity consumption, setting a new benchmark for reducing carbon footprints in the face of climate change.

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Revolutionizing Water Supply in Chennai: Cobra-Tedagua Consortium Launches Desalination Plant – India2024-04-11T06:17:33+02:00
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