• MemPulse MBR system vs traditional MBR systems

    Membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems are becoming more accepted in the wastewater industry as an alternative to traditional conventional treatment systems. A number of factors have been instrumental in the acceptance of the MBR technology. ... Read more

  • MBRs – a global picture

    Membrane bioreactors (MBRs) are growing both in size and number, reflecting a growing confidence in the technology. The number of MBR membrane module products is currently increasing by 3-5 a year, and the market itself is growing exponentially at a rate between 11.5 and 13%. Whereas in the past MBRs may have been disregarded in favour of conventional treatment plants, ... Read more

  • When sludge goes bad

    Membrane bioreactors (MBRs) are generally recognised as providing a high quality effluent for either discharge to environmentally sensitive waters, or for recycling purposes. The implementation of this technology has grown considerably over the past fifteen years, ... Read more

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