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Ultrafiltration membranes for wastewater and water process engineering

This review showcases current research trends concerning UF membrane applications and processes.

 
Low-chemical membrane filtration of polluted water

A light conducting photocatalytic membrane for effective fouling reduction during water treatment.

 

A study on the use of nanofiltration to remove drugs and heavy metals from wastewater.

 

New discoveries help to find the best approach to the problem of biofouling in water reverse osmosis.

 

Understanding the different types of fouling and what causes them will help when choosing the best type of heat exchanger.

 

Technical and economic advantages of dynamic membranes over conventional processes are considered, and directions for future research discussed.

 

Next Filtration’s FOG Stop formulation has been tested to see if it could make improvements to Brazil's Pinheiros River.

 

How a sustainable enhanced biological treatment process in a UK water recycling facility achieved savings of 75%.

 

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

 

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

 

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.

 

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

 

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.

 

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

 

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

 

This review focuses on recent advances in 3D-printed materials and methods for water-related applications.

 
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How a US Water District addressed high levels of iron and manganese in its source water to meet water quality objectives.

 
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Aquatech Amsterdam will take place 5-8 November.

 
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While oil floats on water, achieving good separation and a high quality water stream is difficult. Louis van Schie explains how the Suparator oil separator

 
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