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Airport upgrade with inge® ultrafiltration

When Beijing airport’s water supply system needed an upgrade, the customer chose to use the same inge ultrafiltration modules/membranes as replacements.

 
Recent advances in nanofibrous membranes

A review of the current status and forthcoming advances in nanofiber technology and its application in seawater desalination and water treatment.

 

A US distillery was looking to dispose of its grain slurry waste, but the watery mixture was heavy and difficult to transport.

 

A review of state-of-the-art direct membrane filtration processes in treating different types of wastewater for water reclamation and resource recovery.

 

When screens were upgraded at a US water reclamation plant, it chose an international wastewater treatment specialist to provide new screening equipment.

 

The Pulse Flow Reverse Osmosis (PFRO) is a way to operate RO, chloramine-free, allowing high recovery and very high flux, all in a single stage.

 

Two reaction based precoat methods were tested.

 

This article examines how to protect anaerobic digestion plants from biogas leakage.

 

How Luxembourg-based water technology company Apateq created the first direct water reuse system in Europe.

 

A brief look at the EPLAN suite of software solutions for computer aided engineering and how it can improve design and production capabilities .

 

Particles play contradictory roles of foulants and fouling mitigators.

 

A look at the advantages and benefits of magnetic filtration and how it can often outperform traditional methods.

 

This review explains how to select appropriate materials and preparation methods to produce thermally stable thin film composite membranes.

 

The Western Cape was chosen as the location for Africa’s first seawater solar desalination plant.

 

This review focuses on emerging porous materials for the fabrication of membranes designed for carbon dioxide separation.

 

The ZERO BRINE project aims to reduce industrial saline wastewater streams by recovering and reusing minerals, water and metals from wastewater.

 

In this study at a full-scale desalination installation seven types of commercially available cartridge filter elements were evaluated.

 

The efficiency and stability of a moving granular bed filter (MGBF) was tested in a high-temperature environment under various operation conditions.

 

How one Canadian water utility saved millions of gallons of water with an automated flushing unit.

 

An onshore fish farm in Norway has introduced a new type of filter media to reduce the size of the MBBR required in its water treatment process.

 
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The upgraded Choa Chu Kang Waterworks (CCKWW) is home to the world’s largest ceramic membrane system.

 
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What’s coming up…
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Feb ’20

 
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Jan ’20

An Introductory Course on the Basics of Nonwovens.

 
04
Feb ’20

A comprehensive understanding of spunbond and meltblown processes.

 
25
Feb ’20

An intensive course designed for professionals about the development, testing and application of nonwovens in filtration.

 
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Feb ’20

Trade event for the flood risk, sustainable drainage, and water level management sector.