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There’s a reverse osmosis machine that draws water out of the sap.
Most plan to deploy the same reverse osmosis technology that is used in coastal projects, in which water is pushed through semipermeable membranes, to treat groundwater.
Many of the most common technologies -- such as reverse osmosis, deionization and activated alumina -- cost in the hundreds of dollars.
This makes graphene oxide a real alternative to reverse osmosis or flash heating, and because graphene oxide doesn't require any electricity to run it may be much more efficient.
Typical desalination works through flash heating or reverse osmosis, both of which require huge amounts of energy.
Israel's Ashkelon reverse osmosis plant is the largest, supplying about 13 percent of the country's demand for fresh water.
Rincon said consumers should look for filters certified with an NSF 53 seal for the kind that attaches to your faucet, or a reverse osmosis filtration system certified with an NSF 58 seal.
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