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Saudi's Boost Desalination Capacity, Invest in Water Security for the Future

MOHAMMED AL-SUALMI | Published — Monday 11 December 2017

The projects include the construction of the desalination plant in Jeddah (phase 4) with reverse osmosis (RO) at Shoaiba. 256 more words

Why is Israel the world leader of Irrigation and Seawater Desalination?

Since it was founded, Israel always held a position of a world leader in modern irrigation.

Theodor Herzl who was the “Visionary of the state” of Israel, wrote in his book: Altneuland (Old-new land) about his vision of using the water from the Jordan river to irrigate the desert. 821 more words

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India's first wave-powered navigational buoy launched

A wave-powered navigational buoy, developed by the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), to guide ships in and out of ports, was launched here on Monday. 397 more words


IIT Bombay’s superior water filter needs very little power

Electrodes made of copper plates wound with cellulose thread coated with carbon nanotubes for capacitive deionisation and placed close to each other achieved 84% efficiency in ion removal. 714 more words


Exhibitors, visitors, and participants commend diversity of 19th WETEX and 2ndDubai Solar Show

Dubai, UAE, 1 November 2017: The Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) has become an annual event that is much awaited by international organisations and companies specialising in energy, water, and environment, to show their technologies and products and identify investment opportunities in these key areas. 290 more words


WETEX 2017 attracts key industry players in water desalination, treatment, and conservation technologies

Dubai, UAE, 15 October 2017: The scarcity of drinking water in various parts of the world imposes challenges that encouraged many companies to invest in research of new technologies for water production and storage. 545 more words