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DC-SOIAS: Capacitive Deionization of Brines Coming from Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Plants

Research project with reference: RTC-2015-3969-5, coordinated by the company GS INIMA ENVIRONMENT, corresponding to the call 2015, within the State Program of Research, Development and Innovation Oriented Challenges of the Society under the National Plan for Scientific Research and Technological Innovation 2013-2016 (Collaboration Challenges 2015).

This project aims to develop a technology of capacitive deionization, which allows the treatment of brine from desalination processes reverse osmosis (mainly underground or continental) brackish water, avoiding or minimizing the impact that this type of waste effluents It has on the environment and achieving a more efficient use of water resources to achieve an increase of at least 20% over the same freshwater inflow and the same energy consumption.

Partners: GS-INIMA (Coordinator); PROINGESA; IMDEA Energy Institute
Funding Institution/Program: Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness/Collaboration Challenges 2015
Period: September 2015-August2018
IP IMDEA Energy: Dr. Jesús Palma
 

Objetivo: Promover el desarrollo tecnológico, la innovación y una investigación de calidad