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Aug 20, 2014 · CTL may generate or amplify water shortages in certain regions. Cooling, boiler and process water in CTL plants needs to be of reasonable quality to prevent corrosion and/or deposit formation, and treatment is typically needed. Discharged water must be treated before it can be released to the environment without causing harm (Lei and Zhang, 2009).

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Peak Energy & Resources, Climate Change, and the

Aug 20, 2014 · CTL may generate or amplify water shortages in certain regions. Cooling, boiler and process water in CTL plants needs to be of reasonable quality to prevent corrosion and/or deposit formation, and treatment is typically needed. Discharged water must be treated before it can be released to the environment without causing harm (Lei and Zhang, 2009).

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Peak Energy & Resources, Climate Change, and the

Aug 20, 2014 · CTL may generate or amplify water shortages in certain regions. Cooling, boiler and process water in CTL plants needs to be of reasonable quality to prevent corrosion and/or deposit formation, and treatment is typically needed. Discharged water must be treated before it can be released to the environment without causing harm (Lei and Zhang, 2009).

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Peak Energy & Resources, Climate Change, and the

Aug 20, 2014 · CTL may generate or amplify water shortages in certain regions. Cooling, boiler and process water in CTL plants needs to be of reasonable quality to prevent corrosion and/or deposit formation, and treatment is typically needed. Discharged water must be treated before it can be released to the environment without causing harm (Lei and Zhang, 2009).

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Peak Energy & Resources, Climate Change, and the

Aug 20, 2014 · CTL may generate or amplify water shortages in certain regions. Cooling, boiler and process water in CTL plants needs to be of reasonable quality to prevent corrosion and/or deposit formation, and treatment is typically needed. Discharged water must be treated before it can be released to the environment without causing harm (Lei and Zhang, 2009).

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