New Method Developed to Make Reverse Osmosis Cheaper
A research team from the University of California in Los Angeles has announced preliminary feasibility testing for a new mobile pilot system that would make reverse osmosis significantly cheaper. The system, called M3, would be able to determine whether fresh water could be extracted effectively from any water source. This could help make the process of desalination much easier and practically cheaper especially within developing nations.
Reverse Osmosis And Desalination
Today, man’s needs for resources are growing in leaps and bounds and technology is hard put just to keep in stride. One of these is the dire need for water. As a matter of fact, in certain places in the world the need has been getting more and more urgent daily. Technology’s answer at the moment is water desalination through reverse osmosis.
Understanding Reverse Osmosis
You probably have heard reverse process as a water purifying process for many times now. You should know that it is a very important and very effective way of purifying water. In general, the process is used not just in residential and commercial water filtration.