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Uranium extraction from seawater : an assessment of cost, uncertainty and policy implications
Technology to recover uranium from seawater may act as a potential backstop on the production cost of uranium in a growing international nuclear industry. Convincing proof of the existence of an effective expected upper ...
An evaluation of lime residuals management alternatives for water utilities
In the United States, some utilities provide lime softening to remove hardness from the drinking water. Lime softening generates residuals as part of the water treatment process, which are inert and non-hazardous. This ...
Feasibility of Water Efficiency and Reuse Technologies as Demand-Side Strategies for Urban Water Management
Potable residential water efficiency and reuse technologies have seen increasing adoption in recent years and have been estimated to reduce demands by up to 50%. This report present the results of an engineering economic ...
Energy-water nexus in Texas
Energy and water are closely related to each other, yet management of the two resources has historically been independent. Water resources planning and management often ignores increases in energy consumption in response ...
Rail electrification’s potential for emissions abatement in the freight industry : a case study of a transcontinental rail corridor
This research examines freight rail electrification by creating an energy model to simulate trains along specific corridors. The parameters for the energy model were developed after an extensive literature review. Using ...