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Shanghai MegaVision Membrane Technology Engineering Co., Ltd. Zhang Yi

Friday, June 17, 2011

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Shanghai MegaVision Membrane Technology Engineering Co., Ltd. Zhang Yi

Source: Shanghai MegaVision Membrane Technology Engineering Co., Ltd. Zhang Yi 来源:上海蓝景膜技术工程有限公司 张怡 / 时间 据上海蓝景膜2011年6月14日消息:6月8日,上海蓝景膜技术工程有限公司协同中国膜工业协会工程与应用专业化委员会在上海华东理工大学成功举办了“膜生物反应器(MBR)技术报告会”。中国膜工业协会副理事长兼秘书长尤金德和中国膜工业协会工程与应用专业化委员会主任陈观文出席了会议。 膜生物反应器(MBR)技术,近年来取得快速发展,在污水深度处理、再生水回用领域展示了特有的优点,我国处理规模10万吨/日以上的MBR污水处理工程已建设多处,成为国际上MBR技术应用的大国。为了进一步推动MBR技术在我国国民经济各领域的广泛应用,上海蓝景膜为报告会特邀了国际著名MBR专家Simon Judd教授,就MBR技术的现状,设计、运行与维护,结合案例进行分析,对MBR技术的发展趋势作了专题报告。 美国最新专利JET-LOOP超级膜生物反应器的发明人Antonio Ferreira先生在会上介绍了这一先进的、创新性的废水处理技术。JET-LOOPTM系统为高浓度、高难度污水处理提供可靠的、经济实惠的解决方案。 source link : http://www.membranes.com.cn/?unews.8856

AQUATECH –CHINA, Shanghai 2011

Monday, June 13, 2011

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AQUATECH –CHINA, Shanghai 2011

VALORSABIO’s advanced and innovative wastewater technology, the JET-LOOP SYSTEM was present this year at the AQUATECH –CHINA, in Shanghai.

ALGATEC AQUATECH AQUATECH Shanghai China CO2 capture CORDIS cost-effective wastewater treatment disinfection East China University of Technology environmental GREENLINE Industrial Development Zone Water Supply industrial wastewater Innovative Recycling technology Institute of Chemical Engineering Institute of Environmental Sciences JET-LOOP SYSTEM Jet-Loop System; advanced secondary wastewater treatment Linear Matrix Multicellular Photoreactor LMMP mbr MBR applications MEDUSA WATER MegaVision MEGAVISION ENGINEERING membrane technology microalgae pharmaceutical wastewater Photobioreactor photoreactor Prototype Shangai 2011 Shanghai Shanghai MegaVision Membrane Technology Engineering Shiziazhuang Seminar tertiary nitrogen and phosphorus removal treatment and reuse of washing water treatment plant in China VALORSABIO wastewater Wastewater Drainage and Treatment wastewater technology wastewater treatment wastewater treatment plant Wastewater treatment plant for Baghdad City

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