VIDEO: Ceramic membrane water reuse pilot in Australia
In the first half of 2013, Dutch water firm PWN Technologies took part in a study to evaluate the activity of ozone in combination with ceramic membranes for the re-use of water over a 12 month period.
In the first half of 2013, Dutch water firm PWN Technologies took part in a study to evaluate the activity of ozone in combination with ceramic membranes for the reuse of water over a 12 month period.
The pilot was financed by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence (AWRCoE), led by Victoria University and supported by Black & Veatch, Melbourne Water, South East Water and Water Research Australia.
A video has been made addressing the pilot project and can be viewed here.
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