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Max Fordham's saltwater cooling  system

Max Fordham helps seven acres of ‘unusable’ land yield 130 tonnes of organic vegetables per year

Review: Molecular spectroscopic characterization of membrane fouling

The use of membrane technology, a platform for the acquisition of water and energy from unconventional sources, has been limited by membrane fouling.

Researchers have developed reuseable membranes based on bacterial cellulose and chitosan.

Filter cartridges help wine to achieve stability

Rapid depth filtration is the dominant pre-treatment technology in the seawater desalination industry today.

Greater process efficiencies using hybrid-meshes.

The applications and performance of graphene-based separation membranes (GBSMs) are compared.

Porous fibrous mullite ceramic membranes with different fibre content were successfully fabricated for dust removal.

Antifouling high-flux thin film nanocomposite membranes incorporating graphene quantum dots were fabricated.

A study of dynamic membrane filtration for treatment of stabilised landfill leachate in a bench-scale dynamic membrane bioreactor.

The US poultry industry produces over 60 billion gallons of poultry processing wastewater per year which requires treatment prior to discharge.

Electrically conductive membranes offer high performance due to self-cleaning of fouling deposits by application of external electric fields.

A hybrid electrocoagulation-filtration prototype for the removal of fluoride, iron, arsenic and microorganisms from drinking water.

For removing oil from oily water membrane filtration offers energy efficiency, easy processing and low maintenance cost.

How mobile systems can provide an economical solution

Dynamic membranes are a promising technology for the removal of low-density, non-degradable micro-particles such as plastics.

To improve the membrane filtration operation, various hollow fiber arrangements were investigated using computational fluid dynamics.

An artificial neural network ultrafiltration membrane water treatment control system has been developed.

Existing electrospun filters suffer from inherent limitations in both strength and filtration resistance.

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