Date of Award
Spring April 2017
Campus Access only research projects
Master of Science
School or College
Seaver College of Science and Engineering
The goal of this project is to address the KSA's water shortage by implementing an improved water treatment system across the country. This system, known as the KSA Water Treatment Program (KWTP), is a system of water use that is driven by integrated technology, empirical data, and optimized efficiency. In short, the KWTP is a multi-phase effort that uses new technologies to collect relevant data, and strategically utilizes that data to build and maintain an advanced system of water treatment plants and related infrastructure. The KWTP will strategically place water treatment plants, sustainable energy generators, and associated system infrastructure throughout the KSA in order to reach high quality, cost-efficient, and sustainable outcomes.
Aldamer, Mohammed H., "A Multiphase, Integrated Solution to the Water Crisis in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia" (2017). LMU/LLS Theses and Dissertations. 348.