Membranes Take Center Stage

Increasing water demand and decreasing supplies are key driving forces behind development of new treatment technologies. Membrane technology certainly takes center stage in drinking water production, and wastewater treatment and reuse. The interest in this technology is driven by the continuous advances of this technology and its ability to deliver high-quality drinking water to consumers regardless of the source.

Over the past 10 years, membrane bioreactors (MBRs) have emerged as an effective solution that can transform wastewater into high-quality effluent that can be discharged into the environment.

To stay up to date on key applications and technology developments in the membrane market, visit WWD’s Membrane Zone, which features various news, product information and case studies on ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis, as well as the effective use of MBRs in wastewater treatment.

Neda Simeonova is editorial director of Water & Wastes Digest. Simeonova can be reached at [email protected] or 847.391.1011.

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Hi Neda:

What has the subject line of today's email to do with the subject of the email. I just spent two weeks in the Houston (TX) area and would be very interested to learn about what is planned. I've also been involved in MBR's since their development about twenty-five years ago.

Bill Hyslop, PhD
Water and Wastewater Consultant,
1973 - Present

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