Membrane Applications 2010
Conference: June 6 – 9, 2010
Exhibition: June 7 – 8, 2010
- International Water Association
- California Water Environment Association
The Water Environment Federation is pleased to announce the 2nd Membrane Applications Specialty Conference covering the latest research and experience in the design and operation of membrane treatment systems for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants. The conference focused on Tertiary Membrane Filtration, Membrane Bioreactors and Nanofiltration/Reverse Osmosis applications. Recent membrane system developments, more stringent effluent limits, and market economics have led to membranes having broad acceptance and application. Membranes are being used to achieve very high quality effluent for reuse, water source protection, and sensitive receiving waters applications.
This conference brought together environmental professionals to discuss current and emerging membrane technologies and applications in wastewater treatment, including large-scale examples, decentralized treatment, sewer mining facilities, and water reuse, each using one or more membrane technologies such as microfiltration/ultrafiltration membranes (either in tertiary filtration configurations or as membrane bioreactors), and nanofiltration/reverse osmosis. It examined current research, design, and operational issues associated with each application and technology. It provided valuable information for researchers, regulators, designers, technology developers, municipal agencies, industrial professionals, and others seeking to understand the full picture of the latest developments and practical experiences on this important topic.
Proceedings were delivered to attendees at the conference and are now available for purchase. To view all WEF conference proceedings, click here.
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