Description: Coastal water challenges and strategies
Seawater-intrusion challenges vary across the globe, and so do effective strategies to address them.
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Word count406
Description: Coastal water challenges and strategies
DuPont’s customer successes demonstrate the economic and operational efficacy of tailored RO systems through partnerships with municipalities, water utilities, and other key stakeholders.
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Word count397
Description: Coastal water challenges and strategies
Bordered by seawater on all sides and experiencing low levels of annual rainfall, Gran Canaria, Spain, is affected by water scarcity similar to that of Sanibel-Captiva Islands — in part because of a high influx of tourists. This perfect storm necessitates effective water treatment to meet fluctuating demand.
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Word count397
Description: Coastal water challenges and strategies
The need for desalination and brackish water treatment as well as salt removal strategies and technologies, will continue to rise alongside growing populations, urbanization, and industrialization. In actuality, the cost of importing water supplies in many cases already outweighs the cost of water treatment. Thanks to product innovation, desalination costs only half of what it did 10 to 15 years...
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Word count257
Description: Coastal water challenges and strategies
Kimberly Kupiecki is the global leader for sustainability, advocacy, and communications at DuPont Water Solutions, based in Edina, Minnesota, United States.
PublisherWater Environment Federation
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