The salty sea water covers 70% of the earth’s surface. 50% of the world population stays within 100km from the ocean shores. The reverse osmosis technology and similar technologies are well developed and tested technologies to purify salty sea water into drinkable fresh water. The problem is the costly energy / electricity needs to run these plants especially for drawing water from the sea at high pressure. This cost ...more »
CAROCELL™ Direct Solar Powered Desalination Technology is one of the most efficient and cost effective product of its kind in the world. The panel(s) system creates its own natural sun-powered water cycle to revitalize water to drinking water quality from any water source. This includes polluted, contaminated, industrial waste water, brackish ground water, saline aquifers and sea water. Pure clean drinking water from ...more »
An Australian company, F-Cubed has designed a magnificent portable Solar Water Purification and DESALINATION plant that has no mechanical parts or filters to change.
Simply pour in water in the one end and clean water comes out the other side... up to 20 liters a day can be desalinated.
Desalination is extracting the salt from seawater. Desalination is not a new idea and is already used in many regions, particularly in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia alone accounts for about a tenth of global desalination. Israel uses desalination technology to provide about a fourth of its domestic water needs. Modern desalination plants employ a method called reverse osmosis, which uses a membrane to separate the salt. ...more »
Desalination refers to several processes that remove some amount of salt and other minerals from saline water. Salt water is desalinated to produce fresh water suitable for human consumption or irrigation. One potential byproduct of desalination is salt. This is not a new concept and it is already being carried out in many countries around the world. South Africa has 6 desalination plants in operation. Algeria has at ...more »