• In Memoriam – Dick Sudak

        AMTA remembers 2006 AMTA Hall of Fame Member, Dick Sudak who passed away on November 22, 2015.

    In Memoriam – Dick Sudak
  • Industry News

    CBS News’ 60 Minutes visits Orange County Water District 60 Minutes anchorwoman Lesley Stahl toured the OCWD Groundwater Replenishment System to how the MF/RO/UV technologies produce 96 mgd of

    Industry News
  • About AMTA

    Our Vision Solving water supply & quality issues through the widespread application of membrane technology.

    About AMTA
  • AMTA Workshop – Tour Operations at the Lorne Park WTP

    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 Workshop  –  Tour Operations at the Lorne Park WTP
  • Event Calendar

    AMTA holds four regional workshops every year which offer great networking with presentations pertinent to the area.

    Event Calendar
  • AMTA Awards

    Each year, AMTA recognizes outstanding performance by individuals and companies furthering AMTA’s mission to advance the understanding and use of membrane technology

    AMTA Awards
  • AMTA/ADC Grants, Scholarships, and Stipends

    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.

    AMTA/ADC Grants, Scholarships, and Stipends

Water Online Guest Columns

Innovative Options For Brackish And Wastewater RO Concentrate Disposal

Guest Column | June, 2015 | 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 an era of inspired recycling and enviable reuse of industrial and manufacturing by-products, the water treatment industry continues to search for innovative disposal options or, better yet, viable secondary use options for high TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) reverse osmosis concentrate streams.  This effort though is increasingly complicated by our industry’s practical goal of designing systems that operate under the maximum possible recovery rates, a trend that subsequently results in even …

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