• Desal Directions – April 2015

    Posted on 6 May 2015

    The April edition of Desal Directions is full of news, views and dates for your diary. Read More
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    Would Lady Gaga Wear a Spent Desalination Membrane?

    Posted on 6 May 2015

    Would Lady Gaga wear an upcycled desalination membrane? See the fabulous work of two artists that took the challenge to use spent reverse osmosis membranes to create Lady "Gaga-esque" outfits. Read More
  • Presentation by Professor Daniel Schlenk

    Posted on 2 April 2015

    Potential Impacts of Brine Discharge to Surface Waters - a presentation by Daniel Schlenk, Professor of Aquatic Ecotoxicology in the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Riverside, USA. Read More
  • Desal Directions – March 2015

    Posted on 2 April 2015

    Lots to read in the March edition of Desal Directions. A NCEDA-funded project results in some significant cost savings at the Wanneroo Groundwater Treatment Plant and read about the fabulous work of SkyJuice Foundation in providing safe, clean drinking water in developing countries. Read More
  • Off-Grid Desalination: From First Flop to Filling Tanks

    Posted on 25 March 2015

    Professor Wendell Ela, newly appointed Chair of Desalination and Water Treatment at Murdoch University and Scientific Advisor to the NCEDA recently gave a seminar entitled "Off-Grid Desalination: From First Flop to Filling Tanks". The presentation can be downloaded. Read More
  • Desal Directions – February 2015

    Posted on 4 March 2015

    In the February edition of Desal Directions, Neil Palmer discusses the importance of industry and government support for research in Australia and Graeme Pearce reflects on his recent visit to Perth. Read More

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