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... permeability. These data were used to explain the experimental results with effluents and to choose the possible membranes for the paper mill process waters. Comparison of different membranes in the constant pressure filtrations showed that usually the membranes with high pure water permeabilit ...
Desalination 149 (2002)

... to a purification station or collected to be spread on land. The very few works, that have been dedicated to the treatment of the so-called process waters (flushing waters, first rinse waters or “white waters”), show that nanofiltration (NF) or reverse osmosis (RO) is adequate for th ...
Desalination 147 (2002)

... quantities in the food industry by water recycling using membrane processes* V . Mavrov**, E. B41ihres Institute for Environmentally Compatible Process Technology, University of the Saarland, Im Stadtwald 47, D-66123 Saarbriicken, Germany Tel. +49 (681) 934-5317; Fax +49 (681) 934-5380; e-mail: ...
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... large water consumption. The present work was related to investigations about practices of water management of 11 dairy plants. Treatment of the process water produced in the starting, equilibrating, stopping and rinsing processing units was proposed to produce water for reuse in the plant and t ...
Desalination 219 (2008)

... and copper-nitrate solutions as test wastewaters. The copper content of the solutions represents the typical copper ion concentration of process waters from a textile coating plant, i.e. 2 kg/m3. Experiments are performed with the test solutions on a bench-scale cross-flow membran ...
Desalination 240 (2009)

In dairy plants the process waters generated during the starting, equilibrating, interrupting and rinsing steps contribute to the production of effluents. They correspond t ...
Desalination 172 (2005)

... of the key challenges faced by the oil and gas industry globally. Specifically, the gas industry in Qatar is challenged to minimize the produced/process water (PPW) volumes injected into disposal wells to ensure long term sustainability of the reservoirs. This research evaluated a novel applicatio ...
Desalination 376 (2015)

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