The Water Research Foundation (WRF) is interested in addressing scientific knowledge gaps and barriers present in the desalination industry today by producing effective tools and information for implementing desalination projects.
WRF is conducting a Desalination Research Needs Survey (Project #4834) for a WRF desalination research program that will help advance desalination, both ocean and brackish, as a viable and sustainable water supply alternative in the United States.
The survey is intended to gather needs and research ideas from academia, consulting firms, municipal water utilities, industrial and commercial users, equipment manufacturers, turnkey project services providers, and others in the desalination field from across the U.S. and worldwide.
Areas of interest are wide-ranging and include both technical topics, such as more efficient or innovative technologies, and non-technical topics, such as regulatory permitting, policy, and public perception.
The survey takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete and is open until April 30, 2021.
WRF is the world’s leading One Water research and innovation organization operating on six continents. WRF represents approximately 1,200 subscribers and hosts an online research library of more than 2,300 completed projects valued at $700 million. WRF is committed to providing our subscribers with the tools and focused research necessary to navigate the ever-changing water sector landscape.
For more information visit www.waterrf.org.