09 Dec '12, 2pm

In Features: Singapore's freshwater obsession

In Features: Singapore's freshwater obsession

Desalination production has become much more environmentally friendly in recent years. In the past, flash distillation - the most common method - required 15 kilowatt hours of power to convert one cubic metre of seawater to freshwater. The current reverse osmosis seawater desalination method used by Singapore requires just four kilowatt hours of energy. The Public Utilities Board is working with Siemens, the German engineering conglomerate, on a new system that uses only 1.7 kilowatt hours per cubic metre of water.

Full article: http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2012/12/2012129...

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