MAARIF RESEARCH JOURNAL

ISSN 2415-2315 (Online), ISSN 2221-2663 (Print)

Special Articles
Abstract:

Water is the most essential commodity for the survival of life. The Consumption of water by human population is increasing much faster than the population itself. On the other hand, the fresh water resources are rapidly becoming polluted, and scarce to meet the increasing demand. According to an estimate by 2025, two-thirds of the World will be living under a condition of water scarcity.
To cope up with water scarcity, non-solar desalination plants as an alternative source of water, are being installed throughout the World. These methods, depend upon the fossil fuel for processing water, are energy-intensive and unaffordable. While the conventional Solar Desalination Plant is comparatively cheaper method and does not depend upon the fossil fuel energy while its production capacity is very low. However, the Towered Solar Desalination Plant is the solution that keeps the cost of cleanest water extremely lower and is highly productive plant.

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January 1st, 2014

Posted In: Issue 07, MAARIF RESEARCH JOURNAL

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2 Comments

  • Ibraheem says:

    Great Achievement… (y)

  • Dr. Nida says:

    This plant invented by Mr. Zuberi is economical than the other technologies installed by Government of Pakistan in different regions. Unfortunately most of the investment went waste as these technologies are not working successfully and did not provide water to the thirsty citizens.

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