Water desalination system is energy saving and AI-assisted

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Desalination is an innovative process that separates dissolved salts and other minerals from seawater to make fresh water. Notable recent examples include Singapore’s Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant, and a new desalination method that mimics the ion selectivity of organic cell membranes. Nonetheless, desalination demands a considerable amount of energy and the reduction of this energy requirement remains a major concern. Hitachi has responded by developing a low-cost seawater desalination called RemixWater, located in the Water Plaza Kitakyushu facility. Uniquely, RemixWater uses water reclaimed from sewage recycling processes to dilute the seawater before filtering it through semi-permeable, reverse osmosis (RO)…

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