Meidensha Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) contracted Black & Veatch to perform third party demonstration testing of their ceramic flat sheet membrane CFM membrane to demonstrate its ability to meet the California Division of Drinking Water (DDW) Recycled Water Criteria per California Code of Regulations Title 22. The City of Escondido (City), California sponsored the CFM technology by providing the test site and required utilities. Testing of the CFM membrane was completed over an 8 week steady state operating period which began in September 2015. During this time the CFM was configured into an MBR pilot system, and operated on primary effluent from the City’s municipal wastewater treatment plant (i.e. Hale Avenue Resource Recovery Facility). This paper builds on initial results presented previously (DeCarolis et al., 2015).
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- James DeCarolis, Jr., P.E. / Sock-Hoon Koh / Sandeep Sathyamoorthy / Gary Hunter / Bikram Sabherwal / Scott Freeman, P.E.
- Black & Veatch Corporation
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference, Long Beach, CA
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference
- MBR, Ceramic, Pilot, Regulatory, Reuse