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Title: Membrane Bioreactor and Reverse Osmosis combined hybrid process for treatment of domestic wastewater
Authors: PRANEETH, K
AAKRUTHI VYSHNAVI, B
SURESH, K. BHARGAVA
SRIDHAR, S
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Water Today 76-80
Abstract: Wastewater reclamation is becoming necessary throughout the world to conserve natural water resources used for drinking water, due to diminishing water supplies and increasing population. Thus, to meet stringent water reuse standards, the conventional activated sludge process has to be enlarged and combined with membrane unit. The integration of membranes with bioreactors for treatment of wastewater has presented attractive features compared to conventional treatment processes such as reliability, compactness and excellent treated water quality. Reverse Osmosis (RO) is another technology becoming increasingly attractive for reclamation of domestic wastewater because of its efficiency, easy and economical operation [1].
URI: http://dri.iictindia.org/jspui/handle/123456789/10933
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