A A
RSS

MBR applications – Shanghai 2011

Sun, May 22, 2011

Technology

Annual Conference on MBR applications- Shanghai, June, 8th 2011 Special focus on the JET-LOOP SYSTEM and the GREENLINE with UF combined solution. Speakers: Prof. Simon Judd and Eng. Antonio Ferreira.

Organizers:
China Membrane Industry Association Professional Committee of Engineering and Applied
Shanghai MegaVision Membrane Engineering&Technology Co.,Ltd.
Supporters:
Institute of Chemical Engineering, East China University of Technology
Chemistry, Shanghai Institute of Membrane Technology Application Committee
Shanghai Institute of Water Technology Committee of membrane”

Tags: , , , , ,

One Response to “MBR applications – Shanghai 2011”

  1. Fern Bach says:

    Pretty good post. I just stumbled upon your site as well as wished to state that I’ve really enjoyed browsing your site content. In the end I am registering to the nourish and that i we do hope you write once again quickly!

Leave a Reply

*

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

Updated News

August 2020
M T W T F S S
« Mar    
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31  

RSS The Engineer

  • Modified MOFs improve propane-propylene separation August 12, 2020
    Modified metal organic frameworks that can behave as porous liquids offer new possibilities for propane-propylene and other gas separation technologies, claim researchers in Saudi Arabia. MOFs are highly porous crystalline solids with metal ions or metal clusters joined by groups of organic linkers. Varying these parts can create solids with internal pores t […]
  • PEDOT coating turns bricks into supercapacitors August 12, 2020
    A conductive coating of PEDOT has been applied to samples of red bricks to convert them into a form of supercapacitor. Chemists in the School of Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis have developed the so-called ‘smart bricks’ that can store energy until required for powering devices. A proof-of-concept published in Nature Communications  […]
  • Bioprinting microrobot holds promise for internal tissue repairs August 12, 2020
    Researchers in China have developed bioprinting microrobot technology that they claim could ultimately be used to carry out tissue repairs inside the body. Described in a study in the Institute of Physics journal Biofabrication, the bioprinting platform is a Delta robot composed of a fixed base, moving platform and three identical kinematic chains. To be […] […]
  • Key transformation principles that guided VentilatorChallengeUK August 11, 2020
    Lorenzo Bassano, who led Newton’s involvement with the VentilatorChallengeUK, shares the lessons learned from the experience and how the project is a reminder of the collective might of the UK’s engineering capability. A common goal From the start of any transformation programme, it’s critical that there is a clear and compelling purpose which is understood […]
  • UK needs e-waste infrastructure to recover precious and critical metals August 11, 2020
    Retrieving valuable and critical metals from e-waste is key to the success of the electric vehicle revolution, says Chris Oldroyd, MD of Inprotec Encouraging more people into electric vehicles is at the heart of the government’s efforts to tackle climate change, with the UK committed to making all cars zero-emission by 2050. To this end, […] The post UK need […]

Online Marketing

Categories

Archives