Continuous Flow Seawater RO System for Recovery of Silica-Saturated RO Concentrate

This project investigates how to recover most of the water from RO concentrates that are saturated with silica without fouling the RO membranes....

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Renewable Energy Technologies and Energy Efficiency Strategies

The project provides utilities and water treatment practitioners with energy minimization strategies and renewable energy utilization guideline....

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Development of a Knowledge Base on Desalination Concentrate and Salt Management

The project gathers, analyzes, and synthesizes information that will support the objectives of identifying and defining issues that can affect municipal desalination facility decision-making needs—in regard to concentrate management, providing an up-to-date information base supporting the understanding of concentrate management, and defining a recommended approach...

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Evaluating Long- and Short-Term Planning Under Climate Change Scenarios to Better Assess the Role of Water Reuse

The project helps water resources managers understand, assess, and appropriately include the impacts of climate change in their decisions without getting bogged down....

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Requirements and Opportunities for Water Reuse in Energy and Biofuels

The project identifies and quantifies potential recycled water markets and demands in each of the four energy sectors;...

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Selective Salt Recovery from Reverse Osmosis Concentrate Using Interstage Ion Exchange

The project tested the use of sequential cation and anion exchange between two RO stages. The goals of interstage ion exchange are (1) to remove sparingly soluble salts from RO concentrate so that it can be treated by another RO stage without scaling, and (2)...

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Consideration of the Co-Sting of Desalination Facilities with Municipal and Industrial Facilities

The project documents the economic, environmental, water supply, water quality, public relation issues, and other advantages/disadvantages in co-siting new desalination facilities with municipal or industrial operations. It also compares co-siting with standalone facilities and introduces a decision-making tool that can be used to evaluate desalination...

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State of the Science Review of Membrane Fouling: Organic, Inorganic, and Biological

The project summarizes the current state of research activity in the field of fouling understanding and control. The project focuses on the most common areas of biological, organic, and inorganic causes and offers new ideas that can lead to technologies that ultimately may be used...

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Financing to Facilitate Industrial Water Reuse

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