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In the framework of the international project “Integrated Concepts for Water Reuse” (Aquarec), an independent task-force composed by water and wastewater utilities professionals, consultants and researchers was assigned the task and produced a manual of management practices for water... water reuse for non-potable uses is a strategy that is gaining wider acceptance and rapidly expanding. The possibilities offered by water reclamation and reuse complement very many of the conventional water uses. Switching from conventional water resources to reclaimed wastewater is primaril ...
Desalination 218 (2008)

... ranged from 10 to 15 gal/f2/d (GFD) for this application. The normalized flux after CIP was 97% of the initial one. At a flux rate of 10 GFD and water recovery of 50%, the average operating pressure of 57 psi was noted corresponding to a high normalized flux of 38 L m!2 h!1 MPa!1 at 25°C.... A pilot study for reclamation of secondary treated sewage effluent in Singapore was conducted using a MF/RO system with the capacity of 20 m3/d. A 0.1 µm MF membrane fro ...
Desalination 171 (2004)

COD of outflow after BAC can be reduced to the range of 50–80 mg/L with a hydraulic residence time of 4 h. In this situation the percentage of water reclamation can reach above 50%, and the final concentrated retentate can be discharged directly. The results of the dyeing tests by usin ...
Desalination 172 (2005)

In a Sino-German research project, a joined developed sustainable water reclamation concept was developed for different applications of municipal water reuse at the Olympic Green 2008. The concept combines advanced technological processes like membrane bioreactors, specific phosphorus (P ...
Desalination 202 (2006)

... of most of the pollutants under acceptable limits for non-potable reuse applications. The application of RO further improved the treated water quality, especially the aesthetical and microbial qualities. Different strategies were employed to control membrane fouling in RO, and hypochlorite... the quality of the effluent of an enhanced tertiary treatment process consisting of MBR/RO or MF/RO units and explore the feasibility of reclamation of treated effluent for potable and non-potable reuse applications. The performance of both the MBR/RO and MF/RO pilot plants was excellent. Th ...
Desalination 202 (2006)

... the experiment result, all the processes containing membrane unit meet the Taiwan EPA effluent criteria, but only the AOMBR/RO process meets the water reclamation criteria for toilet flushing, landscaping, irrigation, sprinkling, and cooling water usage. This study also isolated higher decolorize ...
Desalination 234 (2008)

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