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Synthetic organic polymer fouling in municipal wastewater reuse reverse osmosis

by IWA Publishing  (Sep. 5, 2014)

A full scale waste water reuse plant suffered from irreversible fouling of the reverse osmosis (RO) membranes. The major suspect of fouling is cationic organic polymers applied in the wastewater sludge treatment. Thus, the purpose of this research is to study the effect of six cationic polymers, applied in the plant, on RO membrane performance. ...

Municipal Bloomingdale, MI USA - Case Study

by Biowater Technology  (Aug. 19, 2014)

Project Name: Bloomingdale WWTP Upgrade Location: Bloomingdale, MI USA Type of Plant: Municipal - Nitrification Technology Used: Biowater CMFF Biomedia Used: Biowater BWT-X Operational Since: 2013 The Challenge Bloomingdale’s existing wastewater ...

Denmark’s Near-Zero-Waste Wonder

by Ensia  (Jul. 21, 2014)

Has this Danish community found the formula for environmentally friendly industry? When we look closely at systems in nature — coral reefs or rainforests, for instance — we see something we don’t often see in human systems: mutually beneficial relationships and energy flows among the various elements, such as air, water, rocks, ...

Shop Spill Cleanup, Mitigation for Waste Applications

by Waste Advantage Magazine  (Jul. 1, 2014)

Spills and effluent water around a shop can cause an operation time and money. Taking simple steps to understand and apply best practices and the right products can mitigate the problematic effects and make any shop safer. If you work in a maintenance shop in the waste industry, you know that one thing is unavoidable—spills. With so many ...

The use of antibacterial activity of ZnO nanoparticles in the treatment of municipal wastewater

by IWA Publishing  (Sep. 17, 2014)

Nanotechnology holds great potential in advanced water and wastewater treatment to improve treatment efficiency. Zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) have received considerable attention due to their unique antibacterial activities toward various microorganisms that are commonly found in the environment. In the present study, ZnO NPs were ...

Idex Environnement’s Biogas plant at Amiens

by Clarke Energy  (Jul. 30, 2014)

The Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant in Amiens is operated by Idex Environment. The biogas is derived from the municipal solid waste (MSW) originating from the local area. Clarke Energy has delivered a full turnkey installation for this site, creating renewable energy. The engines supplied for this project are two JGMC ...

Ultrafiltration reclaims oily process water; reducing operating costs and environmental impact

by PRAB, Inc  (Aug. 1, 2014)

Challenge An industry-leading manufacturer of industrial-grade fastening systems discovers a better way to recycle  washwater - reducing fresh water consumption by 130,000 gallons annually and reclaim machining oil by using PRAB’s Ultrafiltration System. Even as demand for its product continued to increase, the manufacturer took the ...

Municipal Innbygda, Norway case study

by Biowater Technology  (Aug. 19, 2014)

Project Name: Innbygda WWTP Location: Trysil, Norway Type of Plant: Municipal Technology Used: CFAS + DAF Separation (chemical precipitation of P) Operational Since: November 2010 The Challenge the municipality of trysil is home to the largest ski resort in scandanavia. due to ...

Cosmetics production with smart wastewater treatment– with the disposal technology from DAS

by DAS Environmental Expert GmbH  (Jul. 2, 2014)

Emil Kiessling GmbH relies on the TFR technology from Dresden (Germany) for wastewater treatment Emil Kiessling GmbH with headquarters in Georgensgmünd, Middle Franconia (Germany), is a successful cosmetics manufacturer. The product range includes natural cosmetics through to sun ...

Questions and answers on the Commission Communication `Towards a Circular Economy` and the Waste Targets Review

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Jul. 2, 2014)

What is a circular economy? A circular economy preserves the value added in products for as long as possible and virtually eliminates waste. It retains the resources within the economy when a product has reached the end of its life, so that they remain in productive use and create further value. It may involve: Increasing the time products ...

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