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Feasibility of Reverse Osmosis Desalination Brine as Artificial “Dead Sea” Pool Water

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Abstract: In this paper, a detailed water quality monitoring was conducted on desalination brine according to the basic health requirements for water quality in bathing beaches, swimming pools and other bathing venues. The results showed that desalination brine could fully meet the requirements, so its use as the water source of artificial “Dead Sea” was theoretically feasible. Through further analysis and research, a salt-ozone treatment process was proposed, and optimal process parameters were obtained. Salt dosage could be 100 - 120 g per liter of brine. Ozone input was 5 - 10 g L for treating 0.5 - 1 h. Average treatment cost was 4.96 - 6.03 $ per ton of water, which was much lower than the conventional artificial “Dead Sea” producing costs.

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