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MBR applications – Shanghai 2011

Sun, May 22, 2011

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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”

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