Complex wastewater from chemical conversion: With recent technological advancements, coal can now be economically converted into liquid fuels such as gasoline and diesel, or other petrochemicals. The coal-to-chemical process consumes high volumes of water for cooling systems and a complex wastewater is produced in the liquefaction process.
By CrossTek Membrane Technology LLC based in Holbrook, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
Energy storage in batteries or chemical fuels such as hydrogen or synthetic natural gas (produced through water electrolysis) will be crucial to the worldwide large scale deployment of fluctuating renewable energies.
By Industrie De Nora S.p.A. | De Nora Water Technologies based in Milan, ITALY.
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