Comprehensive assessment of a hybrid ultrafiltration-osmotic membrane bioreactor for potable water reuse and nutrient removal from municipal wastewater, A
Existing water supplies and mineral reserves could be augmented using municipal wastewater through water reclamation and reuse and through nutrient recovery. Potable water reuse is increasingly being considered as an option to supplement diminishing fresh water reserves in water scarce regions. The technologies developed for potable reuse have to employ multiple treatment barriers (e.g., chemical, biological, and physical) to protect the health of the public and the environmental from contaminants, including pathogenic microorganism, nutrients, and trace organic compounds (TOrCs). Similar to ...
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