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Wastewater Reclamation

by IWA Publishing  (Jul. 18, 2010)

Reclaimed wastewater, sometimes called recycled water, is former wastewater (sewage) that has been treated to remove solids and certain impurities, and then allowed to recharge the aquifer rather than being discharged to surface water. This recharging is often done by using the treated wastewater ...

Water Reclamation – NEWater Singapore

by Hanovia Ltd - a Halma Company  (Oct. 25, 2006)

Hanovia Photon UV Systems Bedok NEWater Water Reclamation Plant (WRP) - Pilot Plant – 420m3/hr Bedok NEWater WRP - Full Scale Plant – 1,335m3/hr Kranji NEWater WRP - Full Scale Plant – 1,667m3/hr Bedok NEWater WRP – Pilot Plant - 3 x PMD320F2 Photon Systems (above) Bedok NEWater WRP – Full Scale Plant 3 x PMD321K6 Photon Systems ...

Magnetic Island Water Reclamation Plant

by Kubota Membrane  (Mar. 1, 2006)

Abstract The first full scale Membrane Bioreaccor (MBR) in Australia, the Magnetic Island Water Reclamation (MIWR) Plant, was commissioned in late 2002. Citiwater Townsville owns and operates the MIWR plant. The plant was designed by GHD and constructed via two contracts. Mineforce were responsible for civil and electrical whilst Aquatec Maxcon ...

Case study - bitumen reclamation

by Dragflow S.r.l.  (Oct. 30, 2011)

Location: Canada Year: 2007 Working Context description Western Canada is reach of oil sand. Oil sand is a naturally occurring mixture of sand, clay or other minerals, water and bitumen, which is a heavy and extremely viscous oil that must be treated before it can be used by refineries to produce usable fuels such as gasoline and diesel. ...

Case study - bitumen reclamation

by Dragflow North America  (Jan. 22, 2013)

Location: Canada Year: 2007 Working Context description Western Canada is reach of oil sand. Oil sand is a naturally occurring mixture of sand, clay or other minerals, water and bitumen, which is a heavy and extremely viscous oil that must be treated before it can be used by refineries to produce usable fuels such as gasoline and ...

Case study - Daphne utilities water reclamation facility

by Salsnes Filter  (Mar. 2, 2016)

With significant TSS and BOD reductions from their Salsnes Filter system, Daphne Utilities has restored previously lost plant capacity. More than that, loading reductions have cut back aerator maintenance and lowered energy consumption of blowers. Project Background Daphne Utilities, situated on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay in Alabama, ...

CM-at-Risk – A Better Method for Water Reclamation Construction?

by Water Environment Federation (WEF)  (Oct. 22, 2006)

ABSTRACTCollier County, Florida is located in the southwest part of the Sunshine State. It is a popular winter tourist destination as well as home to many seasonal residents. With one of the highest growth rates in the country, Collier County is continually expanding its utility infrastructure to meet ever-increasing demands. The Collier County ...

EISC success at Clark county water reclamation district

by EISC  (Jul. 2, 2010)

Client: Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD) in Las Vegas EISC recently provided an EDD Verification and Validation Software System to the Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD) in Las Vegas.  This software system allows the CCWRD to automatically verify, validate, and report sub-contracted analytical data to Discharge ...

Efficiency and reliability of membrane processes in a water reclamation plant

by IWA Publishing  (Jun. 26, 2015)

Performance of a water reclamation plant using ultrafiltration (UF) and reverse osmosis (RO) treating 280,000 m3/d of wastewater was evaluated over 1 year. Statistical analyses were performed on flow rate, temperature, pH, total suspended solids (TSS), total dissolved solids (TDS), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) and total coliforms. Variations ...

Comparison of RO and NF in wastewater reclamation

by Toray Chemical Korea  (Sep. 12, 2005)

Currently, water reuse and reclamation are considered as an essential technology available for alternative water resources with respect to non-potable as well as potable uses. Therefore, lots of studies have been developing various technologies for water reuse, reclamation, and desalination to producing the more reliable and higher quality ...

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