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IDA Desalination Yearbook 2016-2017

IDA Desalination Yearbook 2016-2017

The IDA yearbook is the most valuable and trusted handbook and online resource for professionals working within in the desalination industry. It is read by everyone working within the desalination market, providing a desal company directory, an annually updated market profile containing key data about the direction of the market and a timeline of all the important developments that have been taking place in the advanced water treatment industry.

Published by GWI in collaboration with the International Desalination Association, this controlled circulation publication is compiled and written by market leaders in the desalination industry and is read by all Global Water Intelligence Magazine, Water Desalination Report and DesalData Subscribers.


FOREWORD
1. MARKET PROFILE
2. FEATURED PLANTS
Carlsbad Desalination Plant, San Diego County, United States
Al Ghubrah Independent Water Project, Oman
Phuket Water Reclamation Plant, Thailand
Al Fujairah IWPP expansion, United Arab Emirates
Barka IWPP expansion, Oman
3. THE YEAR IN DESALINATION
The year in desalination
The 2016 Global Water Awards
New plants contracted 2015–2016
4. CURRENT ISSUES IN DESALINATION
Doubling SWRO’s capex
Direct potable reuse framework published
ASTM test for ‘new’ fouling index
Pipeline delivers water to island
Hydrogels investigated as FO draw agents
Renewables and the Duck curve
Tap water turns toxic
‘White death’ threatens Central Valley
SWRO morphs into potable reuse project
Presidential border water permit sought
Universal racks: love ‘em or leave ‘em
FO papers again consider fertigation
Another biomimetic membrane approach
Water officials charged with corruption
Developer seeks to expand solar desal
Desalination timeline
5. REFERENCE DIRECTORY

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