Desalination: with Seawards technology, we drink the sea

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In a world where access to drinking water is a major challenge, the cryo-separation technology invented by Seawards could well revolutionize seawater desalination.

At a time when some 2 billion people worldwide suffer from permanent or very frequent shortages of drinking water, seawater desalination – an idea that emerged in the 1960s – seems a particularly attractive solution. In fact, it has grown considerably in recent years. In 2022, the International Desalination Association counted 22,800 plants dedicated to this practice, producing 110 million m3 of fresh water per day. a significant increase on 2018 (18,000 plants and 95 million m3 per day).


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