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Engineering with Membranes 2017

Between the 26th and 28th of April the annual Engineering with Membranes was held in Singapore organised by the Singapore Membrane Technology Centre (SMTC). The main goal of the conference was to share knowledge on recent advances in membrane science and technology. 97 more words

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South China Sea: China's Floating Nuclear Power Plant

by Debalina Ghoshal
April 24, 2017 at 4:00 am

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10253/china-floating-nuclear-reactor

In April 2016, reports began coming in that China has plans to build floating nuclear power plants in the South China Sea. 1,005 more words

Brackish Groundwater in the United States a Viable Water Supply

Stanton, J.S., Anning, D.W., Brown, C.J., Moore, R.B., McGuire, V.L., Qi, S.L., Harris, A.C., Dennehy, K.F., McMahon, P.B., Degnan, J.R., and Böhlke, J.K., 2017, Brackish groundwater in the United States: U.S. 554 more words

Water Supply

Desalination plant, reservoir helping Tampa Bay endure Florida's fiery drought | Tampa Bay Times

“In the Tampa Bay area, a drought such as this one used to mean pumping more water from the aquifer to replace the lack of rain. 63 more words

Scarcity

Staggering Challenge for the Future #desert #water #breakthrough

Water – fresh and clean – is something we humans need. Without it we’re sick or dead. Drilling deeper wells will work for a while, but that’sexpensive and once we use up deep aquifers they’re gone for our lifetime. 280 more words

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China’s groundwater crisis - Policy Forum

In China, significant efforts have been made to address water shortages in scarcity-prone regions, including pipeline transfers, desalination, and stronger urban design standards. Nevertheless, depletion of groundwater continues and the impacts are dire, both for individual users and for urban health and safety in general. 7 more words

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