Low-temperature thermal desalination Current Affairs, GK & News
A Desalination Plant has been developed by National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), that will convert the saline or saltish seawater into drinking water. This technology has been successfully demonstrated in Lakshadweep islands. Salient Features of the Desalination Plant include: The Desalination Plant is based on Low Temperature Thermal Desalination (LTTD) technology. The LTTD technology ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2022
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs
India’s first offshore desalination plant will be set up by the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) about 40km from the Ennore coast in Tamil Nadu with a capacity of about 10 million litres of water per day. The Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the plant, which is estimated to cost Rs 2,000 crore, has ..
Topics: Desalination • Ennore • Environmental issues • Filters • Fresh water • Low-temperature thermal desalination • National Institute of Ocean Technology • Tamil Nadu • Water • Water desalination • Water supply • Water treatment
Indian scientists have accomplished noteworthy success in converting sea water into drinking water. Under a pilot project of the Earth Sciences Ministry, the Indian scientists have developed the Low Temperature Thermal Desalination technology to convert seawater into drinking water. This indigenously developed environment- friendly technology is suited for island territories and coastal areas. So far, ..
Topics: Agatti Island • Desalination • Kalpeni • Kavaratti • Lakshadweep • Low-temperature thermal desalination • Minicoy • National Institute of Ocean Technology • Nature • States and union territories of India • Water • Water desalination