desalinization

[ US /diˌseɪɫɪnəˈzeɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the removal of salt (especially from sea water)
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How To Use desalinization In A Sentence

  • Matters also are likely to become worse as new ways are found to exploit the seas, from power generation to ocean mining to cheap desalinization.
  • The plan calls for petrochemical plants, along with power stations and desalinization plants that will sell their output to local customers.
  • We will actively explore the use of water reclaiming, rainwater collection and seawater desalinization , and non-traditional water rate will exceed 50%.
  • During a period of water crises around the globe, Israel is incontestably the world leader in water recycling and desalinization. The Economic Case for Supporting Israel
  • The polar icecaps are melting, desalinization of the oceans is occurring, the once great glaciers will be gone within our children's lifetime and their is great destabilization of 'typical' weather patterns for each season. Perry says Gore 'gone to hell'
  • We also know the desalinization is expensive and will cause marine pollution when the hot, briny residue is dumped back in the sea.
  • This process is also known as desalinization, desalting or saline water reclamation.
  • Yeah, but desalinization is an incredibly electricity-intensive process! The Forgotten Piece of the Smart Grid: Energy Storage
  • So we pay money to pump water out of the Sea of Cortez, but then somehow have this generate electricity that pays for desalinization to then pump the water back out of the Salton Sea for irrigation. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Next They Will Be Campaigning to Save the Oil Residue on Alaskan Beaches
  • It is hoped Los Angeles, Atlanta and other cities will continue to explore and implement conservation alternatives, when viable, such as desalinization processes, smart irrigation systems, recycled water programs, urine diversion toilets, groundwater replenishment systems and rainwater capture plans. Religion vs. the Sprinkler Police
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