• 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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  • Arla milk powder factory

    Bhupendra Poudel of Grundfos BioBooster describes the Vimmerby, Sweden dairy wastewater MBR

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  • Improving MBR flux: Ultrafiltration with a twist

    Radek Oborný et al on Pentair's new Helix 'flux-enhancing' technology

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  • Foaming in MBRs: measurement and evaluation

    Gaetano Di Bella and Michele Torregrossa on EPS foaming in MBRs.

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  • Selecting an MBR screen

    Part 2 of our MBR screening feature highlights key facets to consider

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  • What are MBRs?

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

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  • The relative cost of an MBR vs an SBR

    Operational experience at La Center WWTP in Washington, USA

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  • Removal of TrOCs by MBR

    Trace organic contaminants removal - a feature by Faisal Hai of The University of Wollongong

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The 2016 MBR Survey - Sludge quality

You are cordially invited to participate in this year's survey on sludge quality. All responses will be collated and fed back on The MBR Site. Closing date for responses is 2 September 2016 and three entries will receive a copy of both Watermaths and Industrial MBRs. Sharpen your pencils and let the braindump begin...

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IFAT Munich 2016 – a report

As the largest water-wastewater-waste trade show globally, Munich’s IFAT (30 May-3 June 2016) is certainly a sizeable affair. The Messe München venue, handily placed at the end of the U2 metro line, comprises 16 aircraft hanger-sized halls, with enough space ... Read more

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Canadian oil refinery to reuse 100 per cent of water with GE’s wastewater treatment technology

Federated Co-Operatives Limited’s Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, is installing GE’s advanced water recycling technology for a wastewater improvement project that will enable the refinery to clean 100 per cent of its wastewater on-site. Once fully operational, the ... Read more

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Chengdu Meifute Membrane Technology Co., Ltd.

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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