Advancing Desalination and Water Technology
CDT, TAES and TWRI will cooperate to develop comprehensive programs to achieve maximum efficiency in desalination and water treatment technologies. The parties will cooperate in the execution of the programs by providing the resources needed for the testing, evaluation and field usage of desalination technologies; where possible, the parties will consolidate and disseminate research results to cooperating industries and to the scientific community. The parties also agree that the implementation of this MOU can be best achieved by locating the planned CDT manufacturing facility in the Bryan-College Station, Texas area; therefore, either party may provide equipment, financial and other resources as may be mutually agreed upon and needed.
The Texas A&M Board of Regents also has approved the creation of a graduate program that will allow Texas A&M students to obtain Master and Doctoral Degrees in Water Management.