Desalination Case Studies and White Papers

  1. Biothane Delivers Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment To Veryfine Products
    3/17/2009

    Biothane’s turnkey project was designed to treat wastewater by providing a series of treatment processes. Pre-treatment consists of a bar screen, influent sump, grit removal and rotary screen to remove debris from the influent stream.

  2. MVC Evaporator Technology To Treat And Reuse Produced Water From A SAGD Facility
    1/20/2009

    The SAGD Facility is called "Orion" and consists of 4 major processes: Steam Generation, Injection/Recovery Wells, Deoiling and Water Purification, for recovery of oil. SAGD (Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage) is a technique to recover bitumen from the oil sands formation. By Aquatech International Corporation

  3. Largest Power Plant In Philippines Using Desalination For Purified Water
    3/28/2007

    Ilijan Plant is a combined cycle power plant and at 1,200 MW generating capacity, is the largest power plant in the Philippines. The plant consists of two power blocks, which share a common membrane based Seawater Desalination system for their make-up water requirements. The desalination system gets the water from the Luzon Sea and has a total installed capacity of 3.8 MGD

  4. White Paper: Impact Of HTA Dosing On Vent Stream Acidity Of An Acid Dosed MSF Plant
    10/13/2006
    As a part of the HTA dosing trial, a vent and distillate sampling system was designed to monitor acidity due to carbon dioxide in the MSF plant. This paper will discuss the results of the HTA dosing trial with respect to the effect on venting and corrosion.
  5. White Paper: The Leopold® Clari-DAF™ System For Membrane Pretreatment
    5/12/2006
    The idea that membranes could be used for solids removal and concentration in potable water treatment schemes has been known for hundreds of years. It has only been in the past 50 years or so that reverse osmosis membranes for treating brackish waters or sea water have been considered a cost-effective viable alternative. More recently, the membrane suppliers have produced low-pressure membranes that are applied in current treatment process schemes to enhance the water quality effluent required to meet additional regulatory guidelines
  6. Case Study: LG Electronics Selects HERO Demineralized Water And UPW System For Waste Water Reduction
    4/6/2006
    LG Electronics (LGE), the Korean electronics and digital giant, recently commissioned its fourth Plasma Display Panel (PDP) line, A#3 at their South Korean Display Workplace. Reflecting their confidence in the global PDP market, LGE was determined to concentrate its core capabilities on building A#3, which is capable of producing 12,000 units a month. The PDP A#3 project is built on a 1,256,200 square meters at Gumi City in South Korea...
  7. Case Study: California's Magnolia Power Project Utilizes HERO/Crystallizer Process For ZLD System
    4/6/2006

    The Magnolia Power Project is utilizing state-of-the-art combined-cycle electric generation technology and being built on four acres of Burbank Water and Power’s (BWP) generation station complex adjacent to Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank. The 310-megawatt (MW) power plant will serve as locally operated generation for the cities of Burbank, Anaheim, Glendale, Pasadena, Cerritos and Colton.

  8. White Paper: Recycling And Reuse Of Desalinated Seawater
    1/17/2006
    This paper presents the technology that is capable of treating wastewater, discusses how this technology is suitable for the challenges presented by wastewater treatment, presents examples of what can be expected as water quality, and presents the results of a plant handling wastewater.
  9. White Paper: Recycling And Reuse Of Desalinated Seawater
    1/17/2006
    This paper presents the technology that is capable of treating wastewater, discusses how this technology is suitable for the challenges presented by wastewater treatment, presents examples of what can be expected as water quality, and presents the results of a plant handling wastewater.
  10. White Paper: High-Efficiency Reverse Osmosis Treats Gray Water For Power Generation
    1/17/2006

    Recycling of gray wastewater as boiler make- up water was the challenge where silica value was typically 85 ppm in this secondary treated wastewater. This paper describes a new design called the High-Efficiency Reverse Osmosis selected for that task, discusses the project technical considerations and highlights the actual performance of the system.