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Discussion: Do Enduser Plants Suffer From A Knowledge Gap?

Editor’s note: This column is based on a recent discussion on the LinkedIn Ultrapure Water Group. This column seeks to accurately reflect comments ... Read more

Eco-friendly desalination plant opens in Abu Dhabi

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What Are New Trends In Semiconductor High-purity And Wastewater Treatment?

The microelectronics industry continues to evolve with finer line widths and the need for essentially particlefree water. At the same time, the ind... Read more

Bankrolling the 10 Breakthrough Technologies: Megascale Desalination

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Desalination trials in UAE show 7% energy saving on Masdar target

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DesalData Weekly - November 26, 2015

Posted 26 November, 2015 by Mandy

SingaporeThe national water agency of Singapore, the Public Utility Board (PUB), has selected the civil engineering company HSL Constructor to design and construct the nation’s third desalination facility.  HSL Constructor bid $153 million (USD) for the plant, which will be located in Tuas.  The plant will operate at a capacity of 136,000 cubic metres per day, the same as the nation’s first facility, which is less than half of the production capacity of the second plant at Tuaspring (which is over 300,000 cubic metres per day). Construction will begin in 2017.


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New and Improved: Plant Search

We have redesigned our plants and projects search panel, splitting out customer types and using icons to clearly indicate plant status & technology, making it easier than ever before to track business development opportunities and find your next sales lead 

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*New* The 28th World Wide Desalting plant inventory

The new Inventory (Available to subscribers to download below) shows total contracted desal capacity to be 92.3 million m3/d (24,385 MGD)—an increase of 3.3 million m3/d  (845 MGD) against the 27th Inventory. 

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Market Report: Desalination Markets 2016

The essential guide to the growth hotspots, regional demand and the trends and challenges driving the need for desalination technologies – GWI’s Desalination Markets report has been the industry handbook for businesses working within the desalination industry since 2007

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