• The impact of biofouling on surface membrane properties

    Youngpil Chun et al. report on their MBR research

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  • An assessment of full-scale CAS vs MBR technologies

    Bertanza et al's comparative techno-economic-environmental assessment

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  • Reducing process aeration energy consumption in MBRs

    Less air = reduced operating costs - Xia Huang et al. report

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  • Reuse of treated dairy wastewater

    Laura Hamdan de Andrade on the feasibility of MBR + nanofiltration

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  • Kunming Underground MBR: a Chinese case study

    Yu Huang gives an overview of this ambitious underground WWTP

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  • MBR OPEX – the theory

    Simon Judd explains the theory behind membrane bioreactor running costs

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  • Mechanical shear in membrane bioreactors

    Shear is the most significant parameter for driving the membrane process: Tamas Zsirai and Simon Judd

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  • What are MBRs?

    MBRs are perm-selective membranes integrated with a biological process...

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Membrane ageing − a hard life?

Just like the rest of us, membranes get old and don’t always perform as well as they used to. Unlike us, on the other hand, this doesn’t manifest itself in things like creaking joints, failing to remember other people’s names ... Read more

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Evac, a leading provider of integrated waste-, wastewater-, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries, has been selected to ensure the sustainability of the Ritz-Carlton collection’s wastewater treatment and fresh water generation. ... Read more

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Immersed anaerobic MBRs: are they viable?

The commercial history of the anaerobic sidestream MBR (AnsMBR) process extends back to the Japanese Aqua-Rennaissance programme from the mid-late 1980s. Successive commercial technologies have been introduced based on the AnsMBR configuration...

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Ragging in immersed hollow fibre membrane bioreactors

‘Ragging’ is the blocking of membrane channels with particles agglomerated as long rag-like particles... Read more

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