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Title: Desalination technology in the Canary Islands, 1990
Authors: Veza, J. M.
Gotor, A. Gómez 
Castillo, J. Pérez
Issue Date: 1992
Publisher: 0011-9164
Journal: Desalination (Amsterdam) 
Abstract: The total production capacity of desalination plants in the Canary Islands is 212,000 m3/d. Brackish water plants, with 39,000 m3/d capacity, use membrane units of different sizes. Sea water plants include MSF, VC and RO units. Sizes range from small units for tourist resorts to large plants for urban water supply. New sea water plants, being built under a Regional Desalination Scheme, will mainly use RO or VC technologies due to their small to medium size.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/49274
ISSN: 0011-9164
DOI: 10.1016/0011-9164(92)80002-Q
Source: Desalination[ISSN 0011-9164],v. 85, p. 147-159
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