DESALFACTS   does provide

 

1. 98% of all UN Countries with detailed water profiles – identify the main water trends driving opportunities and focus your business strategy.

 

2. dozens of Company -, University - and R&D Institute Profiles (108 detailed of more than 4.300 short profiled) – technical and financial details available. You need a new profile? Get in contact to find out more about partners and competitors.

 

3. 25 of 52 in-depth technology profiles of all known, upcoming, and future desalination technologies – understand how you can make use of this know-how.

 

4. several thousends of desalination plant profiles at a fast growing number due to the unique public barter process.

 

5. more than a thousand desalination patents – categorised and organised in systematic structures.

 

6. hundreds of R&D Articles – categorised and organised in systematic structures.

 

7. a functional “Google-like” own (no google!) search engine enabling every user a most selective search over ALL data.

 

8. the Desalination Business Intelligence (DESAL BI) and Desalfacts Mining tool enabling unreached speed and a combination of DESALFACTS and your own data keeping all data in your house.

 

9. “Salt Whisper” area talking about things before they become a trend.

 

10. the “News & Articles” section is giving R&D, engineers and other technical pepole the chance to read the latest news and articles.

 

Since 2014 partners of DESALFACTS have build up this new platform. In case your business is interested to learn more and participate please get in contact with DME via e-mail.

RSS Desalination News

  • New water infrastructure for WA – Australia 22nd October 2018
    New water infrastructure in Western Australia is set to have a significant impact on irrigated agriculture production in the Collie River, Harvey and Waroona districts. Led by Collie Water, the $396 million project aims to reduce salinity in the Wellington Dam, WA’s second largest reservoir. Deputy Prime Minister, Leader of The Nationals and Minister for […]
  • Cape water consumption threatens storage levels – Cape 21st October 2018
    The days of watering your garden with municipal water in the Western Cape may never come back despite Cape town’s six main dams sitting at 76 percent capacity.  WWF South Africa says consumption in Cape Town has increased since water restrictions were eased, and if residents are not careful, drought conditions in the province will continue […]
  • Is Ethiopia taking control of the River Nile? – Ethiopia 20th October 2018
    Look at Egypt on Google Earth and you will see a green line snaking through a sand-colored landscape, fanning out into a triangle in the north. This emerald ribbon is the vegetation that grows on either side of the Nile River and around its delta. It is Egypt’s only fertile land — and testament to […]
  • Iran, China sign deal to construct desalination facility – Ilam – Iran 19th October 2018
    The Industrial Development & Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO Group) and China’s ZSM signed an agreement whereby the Chinese firm will set up a water treatment facility in Iran’s western province of Ilam. The deal was signed on Thursday during a ceremony in Tehran attended by Iranian Minister of Industry, Mines and Business Mohammad Shariatmadari, […]
  • Six arrested in illegal well drilling case in west Amman – Amman – Jordan 18th October 2018
    Authorities arrested on Wednesday six people for allegedly drilling an illegal well in Wadi Al Sir district in west Amman, according to an official at the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. The ministry received information from an area resident about suspected drilling of a well in Wadi Al Sir, according to the official, who noted […]

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