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9 Advantages of Desalination



What is the advantage of desalination?

Here are 9 advantages of desalination:

  1. It provides people with potable water (clean & fresh drinking water).
  2. It provides water to the agricultural industry.
  3. The water quality is safe (not dangerous or hazardous to any living thing).
  4. It uses tried-and-tested technology (the method is proven and effective).
  5. It would preserve current freshwater supplies.
  6. It has the massive amount of ocean water as source.
  7. It is not dependent on changing factors.
  8. Its plants are safely located.
  9. They help with habitat protection.

[1] Desalination plants remove dissolved salts and other minerals from seawater and turn it to drinking water which provide a solution for areas that have limited resources of fresh water and a reliable alternative source of water in times of severe drought

[2] Desalination also produce water that can be used for irrigation, which is great for arid regions or in many areas around the world that are experiencing droughts.

[4] Desalination has been in use for decades now, and its method has been proven effective in creating fresh sources of drinking high quality water that is considered to be safe and reliable. The process has been tried and tested in many industries and applications over the years.

[5] As the freshwater supply on our plant is limited, we should preserve its resources by utilizing the method of desalination to eliminate water shortage crisis that the world might face.

[6] Seawater is almost an inexhaustible source to produce freshwater through desalination, so even in the times of droughts, there will be sufficient access to fresh water supply.

[7] Unlike the other solutions that heavily rely on uncontrollable factors like rain or snowfall, desalination does not rely on anything aside from the ocean or seawater.

[8] Desalination plants are usually located away from residential areas and some of them are located in in industrial areas, so they don’t put residential areas at risk.

[9] Desalination plants can reduce the pressure on freshwater sources. Also by seeing the ocean as a water supply, it might help with increasing the awareness in protecting the ocean.

* The recommended seawater desalination systems:

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