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A process-based model that minimizes the levelized cost of water (LCOW).

 

Combining renewable energy with desalination processes requires further intensive research and demonstration units to assess longer term performance.

 

Investigating the potential of the widely-used Neosepta MSED membranes and the new Fujifilm MSED membranes to treat wastewater in greenhouses.

 

Efforts to improve upon the world's first commercial forward osmosis ZLD system (developed by OASYS Water) by employing low-grade heat.

 

An anaerobic digestion process that decreases the volume of undigested sludge and increases the biogas yield, improving the AD circular economy.

 

Hybridization of two or more desalination processes is a promising approach to tackle the inherent disadvantages of conventional desalination processes.

 

Integrated systems can purify water, minimize wastes and extract useful substances.

 

When Covid-19 hit Southern California's regional passenger train service, Metrolink, it implemented multifaceted health and safety measures.

 

Investigating the effect of fiber length and operational conditions on the performance of hollow fiber nanofiltration membranes.

 

HBSRO is a promising solution towards minimal liquid discharge.

 

A food-energy-water nexus approach was implemented for South-Central Texas in three distinct scenario analyses.

 

An assessment of the environmental impact and cost of fabricating 1000 m2 of hollow fiber polymeric membranes.

 

FCDI is a new electrochemical-based desalination technology that addresses the limitations of preceding CDI processes.

 

Recent developments in biomanufacturing are driving innovations in membrane technology.

 

Materials with strong organic solvent resistance are necessary for various environmental and energy-related separations.

 

Membrane separation processes such as nanofiltration, forward osmosis and electrodialysis could solve issues with current recovery techniques.

 

This study evaluates the performance of different membranes in removing microplastics within a simple system for use in a domestic environment.

 

The interaction of liquid water droplets and salt particles influences the operating behavior of gas cleaning filters.

 

The impact of operative and water quality parameters on brackish water decontamination was investigated using a batch electrodialysis system.

 

The efficacy of a novel submerged NF membrane was evaluated.

 
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The use of carbon nanotube membranes for the removal of zinc from water and wastewater effluent was investigated.

 
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