WATER MEMBRANES RESOURCES

  • Through the Water Independence Now program, WRD aims to provide 4 million residents in the Los Angeles region with an entirely local sustainable groundwater supply, eliminating its dependence on 25,000 AFY of imported water from the Colorado River and Northern California.

  • Due to population growth in recent years, Sanessol, the concessionaire responsible for the water supply and sewage treatment of Mirassol and part of Igua Saneamento Group, decided to use a state of the art technology for their new WWTP, Fartura.

  • The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) in Vancouver Island, Canada teamed with Toray to successfully install several membrane bio-reactor (MBR) systems updated with new technology to expand capacity.

  • Among the plethora of social problems that impact people all over the globe, some are very easy to solve while others may take millennia to resolve completely. Social concerns are developing and evolving constantly, and novel challenges are frequently thrust to the fore.

  • In the spring of 2019, U.S. government-funded research on watersheds revealed a dire outlook for the future of water availability in the United States. Between population growth and climate change, the study reports that “serious water shortages'' are likely to occur within the next 55 years.

  • Last Dollar is a year-round residential community located just outside of Telluride, Colorado. The facility had been reliant on an aging treatment system that was failing quickly and needed immediate replacement to prevent operational fines. The current technology would not meet the new and more stringent effluent requirements in Colorado, so the project had to be completed quickly and within a tight budget. AquaWorks DBO provided the permitting and site engineering support to ensure the project was completed in 8 months from contract award to system operation.

  • This prominent Napa Count vineyard and winery received a prestigious green certification after committing itself to sustainable and environmentally-friendly technologies and practices, including the installation of a dynamic MBR wastewater treatment system.

  • Young’s Cove is a masterfully planned exceptional waterfront community situated in pristine Prince Edward County, on the shores of Lake Ontario. It has panoramic views, a children’s waterpark, miles of pathways, green spaces. It covers 7,000 feet of shoreline and fronts protected wetlands and preserves hundreds of acres of forest with birds and wildlife everywhere.

  • A staggering four billion people — two-thirds of the world’s population — experience water scarcity each year, and more than half lack access to safe sanitation services. The severity of this global water crisis will only increase as populations continue to rapidly grow, industries exhaust shared resources and extreme weather events exacerbate shortages. If we don’t act urgently, 700 million people could be displaced by intense water scarcity in just a few short years.

WATER MEMBRANES SOLUTIONS

  • Service Deionization

    Evoqua Service Deionization (SDI) is a safe, convenient and cost-effective supply of high-purity deionized (DI) water for a wide variety of applications, including boiler feedwater, laboratory water, ingredient water for pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, industrial processes, microelectronics manufacturing and many other applications — even spot-free rinse water for car washes.

  • 1600 Series For Fats, Oils, Greases, Phosphorus, Chlorines and Other Chemicals

    Designed with the dairy market in mind, the Dampier membrane is optimized to withstand long-term exposure to fats, oils, greases, phosphorus, chlorines and other readily present chemicals. Its silicone elastomers possess inherently low intermolecular forces, providing excellent resistance to hot and cold temperatures. Our Dampier membranes are hydrophobic, and do not react with the unique chemicals present in dairy wastewater. Heat stable (up to 365°F) and flexible at low temperatures, these custom formulated membranes provide durable, chemically-correct solutions for dairy wastewater treatment.

  • EPRO™ LMF Reverse Osmosis Systems

    EPRO™ LMF Series are engineered our from the ground up to provide maximum treatment efficiency in a compact, skidded package. This series of RO systems removes impurities, such as bacteria and dissolved solids, from source water, including brackish water. Available configurations deliver permeate flow rates of 21 to 60 GPM (30,000 to 86,400 GPD) to address the diverse requirements of light industrial applications and commercial users.

  • SCR SERIES Waste Water Inlet Screens

    Newterra® SCR Series inlet screens are speci­fically designed to protect Newterra MicroClear® flat sheet membranes from fouling due to excessive debris from waste water plant influent.

  • BioBarrier® Membrane BioReactor (MBR) & HSMBR

    Bio-Microbics introduces a new generation of wastewater treatment solutions, the BioBarrier® HSMBR® (High Strength Membrane Bioreactor), to help meet the increasingly stringent needs of specialized applications. The membranes and processes used in this advanced system act as an impenetrable physical barrier for nearly all common pollutants found in wastewater today. The advanced technology offers the highest quality effluent possible on the market.  The BioBarrier® MBR was the first system to be approved for water reuse (NSF/ANSI Std 350, class R) by the NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) International.

WATER MEMBRANES VIDEOS

The Orange County Water District (OCWD) has long been an innovative leader in indirect potable reuse. An integral component of its Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) – a 100 million gallon per day advanced water purification facility – is reverse osmosis membrane technology.