Water reclamation with hybrid coagulationceramic microfiltration: first part of a long-term pilot study in Portugal

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Courtesy of IWA Publishing

Sustainable water management must nowadays consider alternative water sources and the use of reclaimed water is a good candidate. Low-pressure ceramic membrane filtration is an emerging option for safe water reclamation given its high mechanical and chemical robustness with safety and operational advantages. One-year pilot studies of hybrid coagulation–ceramic filtration were developed in Portugal in two wastewater treatment plants in the Lisbon metropolitan area. The results obtained demonstrated the technology's effectiveness, reliability and efficiency towards water quality, with the hybrid process consistently producing water highly clarified (monthly median <0.1 NTU), bacteria-free and with reduced organic matter content, regardless of the strong and severe variations in its intake.

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