BLUFResearchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a portable desalination unit.
This article by Tasos Kokkinidis, writing for Greek Reporter, makes the following points:
- The suitcase-sized device weighs less than ten kilograms.
- It requires less power to operate than a cell phone.
- The device generates drinking water that exceeds World Health Organization standards.
- Unlike other portable desalination units that require water to pass through filters, this device utilizes electrical power to remove particles.
References from the Web:
- JUL 2022 MIT team’s new device turns seawater into drinking water with one button press—BGR
- AUG 2022 From seawater to drinking water, with the push of a button—Water Magazine
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