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Bolsa Island nuclear power and desalting project facilities (cost and description) and cost of desalted water. by Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (Calif.)

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English



  • California, Southern


  • Nuclear saline water conversion plants -- California, Southern -- Costs.

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Edition Notes

SeriesResearch and development progress report, no. 570
ContributionsUnited States. Office of Saline Water., U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
LC ClassificationsTD478 .U5 no. 570
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 119 p.
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5392870M
LC Control Number72610177

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Bolsa Island Nuclear Power and Desalting Plant Geologic Investigation. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California has taken an active interest since the late ’s in the technological developments being made in the conversion of sea water as a Author: David G Campbell, Sherman McKay.   Prospects for desalting,” reviews the proposed Bolsa Island project, and repeats what my Parts I and II report: “A detailed study of a large-capacity dual-purpose electric power and desalted water facility has been made for Bolsa Island, including costs of constructing a man-made island site off the Orange County coast in Southern California. Bolsa Island Nuclear Power ^ Desalting Plant Site The construction of an artificial island was proposed by the Metropol­ itan Water District of Southern California in concert with other utility companies at a site a few miles offshore from Huntington Beach, but the island was never built. The site lies within or Author: D.L. Lamar, Jody L. Smith, J. W. La Violette, K. Custis, P.J. Scrivner. THE BOLSA ISLAND PLAN One set-back which advocates of nuclear desalination have had to face was the cancellation of the Bolsa Island project for Los Angeles, California, owing to substantially increased costs. R. W. Durante detailed reasons for the increase and pointed out the complexity of managing a project with.

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Corporation in its report [1], issued in Decem- ber , included the following: 1. A combination large nuclear power plant and desalting plant producing mgd of water is technically feasible. 2. A man-made island located off Orange County, California, is a feasible and practicable site for the facility. 3. OSW has set up new field office in Los Angeles to handle its participation in the MWD MGD MWE nuclear desalting project. Manuel Lopez, previously with OSW's Plant Engineering Div. Water Desalination Report, In favor to Rep. Craig Hosmer The MWD project and Bolsa Island move into Rep. Craig Hosmer's 32nd Congreasional.   The KNPP’s 1, MW each units 3 and 4, being developed by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL), are expected to become operational by Jidkov said that the company has a current order book of $60 billion and has set up units in various countries creating a nuclear capacity of 66, MW worldwide. Nuclear desalination - a solution that integrates desalination technology with nuclear power plants - has been in existence for several decades and been proven as reliable and efficient in practice.