Next generation solar technology could drive down the cost of scrubbing salt from seawater.
We'll drink to that
It could help farmers in developing countries
97 percent of water on Earth is salt water. What if we could drink it?
A technological twofer!
A new Lockheed Martin project promises to cheaply and easily turn seawater into drinking water.
Add another item to the list of things one can accomplish using graphene, the wonder material of the future: Clean...
A state-of-the-art facility aims to make desalination more efficient
The plant could produce more than 98 million gallons of drinking water per year
High costs, in money and energy, limit the usefulness of desalination as a way to provide drinkable water in disaster...
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