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 – China2024-06-06T17:59:15+02:00

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.

(Source)

Chinese scientists develop new material for seawater desalination – China2024-05-29T12:05:56+02:00

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 – China2024-04-24T23:06:58+02:00

The Tseung Kwan O desalination plant in Hong Kong, winner of the CIC Sustainable Construction Awards – China

The project, awarded to ACCIONA in 2020 – together with its partners Jardine Engineering Corporation Limited and China State Construction Engineering Limited – includes the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the first phase of the desalination plant.

The facility will have a capacity of 135,000 m3/day, equivalent to the water consumption of 850,000 people. The contract period is ten years, with a possible extension for another five years.

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The Tseung Kwan O desalination plant in Hong Kong, winner of the CIC Sustainable Construction Awards – China2024-03-31T15:14:39+02:00

China’s Middle East investment ‘pivot’ highlighted by mega UAE desalination plant

China-built Taweelah Independent Water Plant in Abu Dhabi is capable of producing 900,000 cubic metres (238 million gallons) of fresh water per day by reverse osmosis

China is seeking closer integration with the energy-rich Middle East through its Belt and Road Initiative amid ongoing geopolitical tensions

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China’s Middle East investment ‘pivot’ highlighted by mega UAE desalination plant2024-03-23T03:23:30+01:00

Power China to build Desalination Plant in Basra – China

According to a statement from the Media Office of the Prime Minister, this will enable the coalition to complete plans, designs, and initial surveys for the project, without imposing financial obligations on the province.

The results of the negotiation will then be presented to Cabinet for appropriate decision-making.

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Power China to build Desalination Plant in Basra – China2024-03-17T02:09:36+01:00

The Tseung Kwan O desalination plant in Hong Kong, winner of the CIC Sustainable Construction Awards 2023

The facility will have a capacity of 135,000 m3/day, equivalent to the water consumption of 850,000 people. The contract period is ten years, with a possible extension for another five years.

The construction phase is expected to be completed in May 2024, at which time ACCIONA will fine-tune all system processes to ensure the highest availability.

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The Tseung Kwan O desalination plant in Hong Kong, winner of the CIC Sustainable Construction Awards 20232024-03-06T01:47:13+01:00

New Hong Kong desalination plant begins delivering fresh water to 137,000 homes – China

Binnies Hong Kong Managing Director Andy Kwok said: “Commissioning the first stage of the Tseung Kwan O desalination plant means it is now delivering drinking water to 137,000 homes across Hong Kong and represents a significant step towards a reliable climate-proof and sustainable water supply. This is critical for Hong Kong as the region faces a number of key challenges, including increasing demand as the population grows, and we are now seeing more erratic rain patterns and severe drought exacerbated by climate change. With the plant in action, we have a much more stable and safe fresh water [
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New Hong Kong desalination plant begins delivering fresh water to 137,000 homes – China2024-02-12T00:26:30+01:00

New Hong Kong desalination plant begins delivering fresh water to 137,000 homes – China

“This first of the two-staged plant will provide fresh water to a population of around 370,000 and has a production capacity of 135 million litres per day, representing about 5% of Hong Kong’s daily demand. This commissioning of the plant marks a significant milestone for us as the project team because we have achieved our goal of supporting the WSD in diversifying its drinking water supplies with a new ‘tap’ that is sustainable and, importantly, climate resilient.”

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New Hong Kong desalination plant begins delivering fresh water to 137,000 homes – China2024-02-03T22:11:53+01:00

China’s Shanghai Electric to build water desalination plant in Iraq

A Chinese company has been awarded a contract to build a sea water desalination plant in Iraq to tackle a potable water shortage in the area.The desalination and hydro-electric facility complex will be constructed by Shanghai Electric Company in the Southern Basra city under an agreement with the Baghdad government, according to Basra Governor’s office.

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China’s Shanghai Electric to build water desalination plant in Iraq2024-01-10T01:48:44+01:00
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