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Assessing Seawater Intake Systems for Desalination Plants Subject Area: Water Resources and Environmental Sustainability Assessing Seawater Intake Systems for Desalination Plants ©2011 Water Research Foundation. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. About the Water Research Foundation The Water Research Foundation (formerly Awwa Research Foundation or AwwaRF) is a member-supported, international, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that sponsors research to enable water utilities, public health agencies, and o
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  Assessing Seawater Intake Systems for Desalination Plants Subject Area: Water Resources and Environmental Sustainability  Assessing Seawater Intake Systems for Desalination Plants ©2011 Water Research Foundation. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  About the Water Research Foundation The Water Research Foundation (formerly Awwa Research Foundation or AwwaRF) is a member-supported, international, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that sponsors research to enable water utilities, public health agencies, and other professionals to provide safe and affordable drinking water to consumers.The Foundation’s mission is to advance the science of water to improve the quality of life. To achieve this mission, the Foundation sponsors studies on all aspects of drinking water, including resources, treatment, distribution, and health effects. Funding for research is provided primarily by subscription payments from close to 1,000 water utilities, consulting firms, and manufacturers in North America and abroad. Additional funding comes from collaborative partnerships with other national and international organizations and the U.S. federal government, allowing for resources to be leveraged, expertise to be shared, and broad-based knowledge to be developed and disseminated.From its headquarters in Denver, Colorado, the Foundation’s staff directs and supports the efforts of more than 800 volunteers who serve on the board of trustees and various committees. These volunteers represent many facets of the water industry, and contribute their expertise to select and monitor research studies that benefit the entire drinking water community.The results of research are disseminated through a number of channels, including reports, the Web site, Webcasts, conferences, and periodicals.For its subscribers, the Foundation serves as a cooperative program in which water suppliers unite to pool their resources. By applying Foundation research findings, these water suppliers can save substantial costs and stay on the leading edge of drinking water science and technology. Since its inception, the Foundation has supplied the water community with more than $460 million in applied research value.More information about the Foundation and how to become a subscriber is available on the Web at www.WaterResearchFoundation.org . ©2011 Water Research Foundation. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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