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Membrane Technology September 2012
When most people think of the Olympic Games, they think of awe-inspiring stories of determination, stories of achieving the goal of a lifetime—and the promise the future can hold. They wonder what it must be like to go through such an intense level of...
Treating water with nanofiltration membranes is effective, but the process continues to be burdened by the reputation that it is expensive to carry out, due to the high energy costs associated with developing the pressure necessary to make it work. That...
Florida has historically been a pioneer in U.S. desalination. The Sunshine State boasts more than 150 desalination facilities with a combined capacity of more than 515 million gal per day (mgd), and accounts for almost 25% of Florida’s total water supply...
Over the past decade, the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) has been at the forefront of the state’s efforts to identify and address challenges to implementing seawater and brackish groundwater desalination supplies in Texas. TWDB is statutorily...
Ask most engineers—at least those actively engaged in the design of wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs)—when membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology makes sense and you will probably get the following response: “MBR technology should be considered when the...

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