Peter Adriaens

University of Michigan

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Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan and co-founder of  the Global Cleantech Cluster Association

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Water is humankind's most precious resource. Demand is rising and resources are running low. Conservation and reclamation are needed all over the world.

Does the World Need Desalination?

Water is humankind's most precious resource. Demand is rising and resources are running low. Conservation and reclamation are needed all over the world.

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