Achieving Reuse Quality Water Using Multiple-Barrier Treatment By Manuel de los Santos and Terry Reid, Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
As clean water supplies become more limited, the demand for reuse water will continue to grow. Regardless of the treatment system used, the success of any reuse program relies on the biological treatment and the solid/liquid separation.
Improving The Outlet Water Quality Of An RO Membrane By Membrana
RO membranes coupled with EDI/CDI technology are rapidly gaining acceptance in the production of high-purity water. Coupling the two technologies offers many advantages to the conventional RO, mixed-bed system design.
As a preferred GE partner, Filtronics offers the full line of GE Membrane Systems, products, and services which include complete systems, membrane elements, controls, filters, high-pressure pumps, and maintenance plans.
Q-SEP UF membranes incorporate high-strength, hollow fibers that deliver superior performance without the risk of fiber breaks. The Q-SEP UF membranes are made from a hydrophilic polyether sulfone (PES) material with excellent low-fouling characteristics.
The HERO process offers the end user higher recoveries, as well as significant operational benefits, by effectively preventing constituents which often pose problems to conventional reverse osmosis (RO) by being a root cause of membrane fouling or scaling.
With a greater number of regions suffering severe or prolonged drought conditions, water reuse is globally on the rise, and in fact, it is a key part of many municipal and industrial water resource management plans.