The Lower Brazos River Coalition is interested in desalination, which is the process of removing dissolved solids and other minerals from saline water sources – both seawater and brackish groundwater.

This technology is used all around the world to produce new water supplies. In 2018, there were approximately 20,000 desalination plants (brackish groundwater and seawater) worldwide, with an equivalent installed capacity of 26.4 billion gallons per day (29.6 million acre-feet per year) (Sanz, 2018).

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