At the IFAT exhibition on 30 May, 2016, in Munich, Germany, Microdyn-Nadir, and Huber, a solutions provider for water, wastewater and sludge treatment, officially presented their new VRM module with a total membrane area of 9200 m2 per module. The module is said to be the world´s largest MBR module. Huber´s rotating system now uses Microdyn-Nadir´s membrane laminate technology, previously only used in Microdyn-Nadir ´s BIO-CEL modules. The membrane laminate technology is said to distinguish itself from other technologies by making the MBR modules backwashable and providing them with a self-healing mechanism. Moreover, the laminate allows for reliable effluent quality. At booth A2 227 Microdyn-Nadir presented the new BIO-CEL®L; a step forward in the BIO-CEL evolution. The BIO-CEL is Microdyn-Nadir´s submerged membrane module for membrane bioreactors based on flat sheet membrane laminate. Starting with 10 m2 per module, Microdyn-Nadir launched the BIO-CEL® XL with 1920 m2 membrane area per module at IFAT 2014. For the initial BIO-CEL types, individual membrane cassette configurations and PVC frames were used. With the XL module the PVC frames and cassette configurations were eliminated. Instead, four membrane arrays were integrated into one stainless steel frame. This design change allowed for an increase in stability and packing density per module. Microdyn-Nadir went on to offer the smart features of the BIO-CEL XL with a membrane area of 480 m2 per module.