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Almost 100 desalination facilities across Texas are producing 138 million gallons of water per day.  Desalination offers a viable, drought-proof solution to water needs in the Lone Star State. Texas aquifers hold 2.7 billion acre-feet of brackish groundwater, while the Gulf of Mexico provides an inexhaustible supply of seawater. These new supplies also can free up existing water supplies for other uses and for in-stream flow.

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Biwater Awarded Two Reverse Osmosis Expansion Contracts in California

California, USA – 1 February 2016:Biwater will commence work on two new reverse osmosis (RO) expansion projects in California, USA, later this month following the award of contracts to support the ‘Chino Desalter Phase 3 Expansion Plan’ in Chino and the ‘Goldsworthy Desalter Expansion Project’ in Torrance.

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2016 Preview: Brackish Groundwater Takes a Star Turn

In the perpetual search for water supplies, a salty upstart will be in the spotlight

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IDE plans more U.S. desalination plants after California success


Israel's IDE Technologies, which opened this week a billion-dollar desalination plant in California, is helping to plan 10 new facilities throughout the United States, the company's chief executive said on Wednesday.

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Increasing water demand prompts study of seawater desalination

By Asher Price - American-Statesman Staff

Highlighting the ongoing quest to find new sources of water in an increasingly thirsty state, the Texas Water Development Board on Tuesday announced it will lend $2 million to the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority to complete a feasibility study on a potential seawater desalination plant.

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