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
The Bureau of Reclamation has $1.4 million to fund two studies that improve water treatment technologies to increase water management flexibility through new water supplies.
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The City Council approved the “Pure Water San Diego” project, incorporating MF/RO/UV technologies to produce 83 mgd, more than a third of the city’s potable water by 2035.
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!
October 28, 2014
Guest Column | October 16, 2014 | 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. No matter where it originates, the feed water to downstream reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) membranes contains some level of dissolved salts. This …
AMTA and AWWA are teaming together for a fourth year to present the latest developments in membrane water treatment technologies. As North America’s thirst for high quality water supplies is ever increasing, the associations have united to capitalize on their combined strengths to showcase the effectiveness … 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