The Libyan Experimental On The Environmental Impact Assessment For Desalination And Power Plants And Their Effects On The Marine Ecology | 17349
ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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The Libyan experimental on the environmental impact assessment for desalination and power plants and their effects on the marine ecology

3rd International Conference on Biodiversity & Sustainable Energy Development

M Elabbar

Accepted Abstracts: J Ecosys Ecograph

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7625.S1.018

The desalination industries are considered to have a major role in developing human life. Recently this technology became widely distributed, and its construction along the coastal area has been widely reported. Many countries are adopting these technologies for securing the fresh water supply for consumer consumption all over the world. This situation has raised the need for researches to evaluate the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of these technologies on coastal line environment. This study has been directed to monitor sea water quality used for feeding desalination plants to determine the concentrates of selected pollutants such as heavy metals by using chemical monitoring system to know their effects on the marine ecology and biodiversity on the coastline behind the desalination and power plants. This study was conducted in the year 2008 from January to June. Samples were collected from feed water intake of Benghazi North Desalination Plant and Tobrouk Desalination Plant, both plants were chosen because of their importance for location which are in the pollution area which are depending on to supplying fresh water for potable water and industrial uses. The results of this study showed monthly differences in most tested parameters, these differences lead to the scale and corrosion by precipitation on the components of the desalination unites. The objectives of this study is to know the main reasons which caused increasing these concentrates in the sea water ( study area ) and know how to deal with.
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