WaterWorld Interview at MTC16 with AMTA Executive Director Harold Fravel Jr., PhD, Executive Director, American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) View WaterWorld Interview with AMTA
Attendees of the AMTA Workshop in Toronto Canada tour operations at the Lorne Park water treatment plant located on the north shore of Lake Ontario.
AMTA holds four regional workshops every year which offer great networking with presentations pertinent to the area.
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The water treatment industry mourns the loss of Mr. Gene Erickson, age 92. In 1977, Gene co-founded FilmTec, Inc. which developed the flagship FT30 membranes which are still in production today.
AMTA Executive Director Harold Fravel and Board Member John Tonner attended the White House Roundtable Forum on Water Innovation in Washington DC on
The Affordable Desalination Collaboration (ADC) has donated funding to the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) for “grants, scholarships or stipends” on an annual basis through 2018.
Each year, AMTA recognizes outstanding performance by individuals and companies furthering AMTA’s mission to advance the understanding and use of membrane technology
Reclamation Waives Client Use Fees at Brackish Groundwater National Desalination Research Facility (BGNDRF). Click image for more information
In 2010, the AMTA Board of Directors approved an ambitious program called “Chats with the Pioneers”, a series of compelling interviews with recognized industry Pioneers as they talk about the challenges of developing the foundation of our membrane and desalting industry from its inception. Watch one of our industry’s legacy interviews for free!
March 14, 2016
Guest Column | March 14, 2016 | Reproduced with Permission of Water Online By: Harold G. Fravel Jr., Executive Director, American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and Karen Lindsey, VP, Avista Technologies, Inc. In 2011, the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) embarked on an ambitious effort to preserve the history and evolution of the membranes industry. The project complimented a tradition of recognizing outstanding achievements in membrane technology and the awards extended to deserving recipients throughout the year. As many of the founding Pioneers began to retire, the AMTA Board recognized that their first-hand accounts would be lost forever if they weren’t …
Presented by the American Water Works Association and the American Membrane Technology Association Join AWWA and AMTA in 2017 to explore how the latest developments in membrane technology can enhance water reliability and quality. Each year the conference reveals new directions in water and wastewater … Read More
The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) offers Members-only access to our proprietary Fact Sheets, a series of technical papers authored specifically for AMTA by professionals in every field of water treatment expertise. Fact Sheets provide information on every aspect of membrane technology, system design, application, operation, and key industry definitions. They include summarized … Read More
AMTA publishes a quarterly newsletter free to AMTA members, and back issues are available in the Members Only section dating back to Spring 2001. Companies interested in placing an advertisement in the AMTA Newsletter "Solutions" should submit a Solutions Newsletter Advertisment Form. … Read More