Desalination news round-up: Germany to lead steel membrane development

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Join Tom Freyberg from WWi for a video round-up of global desalination stories from the last two weeks.

Headlines include (play video below for full stories):

- Iran’s Bushehr site to kick-start nuclear powered desalination...

- Desalination plant advances for Paraguana refineries in Venezuela...

- Carlsbad project now 60% complete amid Californian drought...

- Bacteria could be key to removing biofouling, finds US study...

- German funds to help bring steel membranes to market...

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