Water management

Researchers at Texas A&M University have developed a method of refining "liquid gold" for valuable critical minerals using what many consider traditional waste products: produced water and carbon dioxide.
Industrialization typically carries the blame for causing the water crisis across the continents, but it also creates and shepherds the innovation and introduction of a plethora of technologies and tools that enable intelligent use of water, intuitive approaches to conserve it, and implementable practices that preserve the watershed and prolong the life of aquifers.
This paper describes a method to manage high-salinity produced water in an environmentally sustainable way by extracting potable water and reducing discharge water volume by at least 50%.

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