What do Byesville, OH, Two Rivers, WI, Butler, MO, Garden City, MO, and Amsterdam, MO have in common? They all have drinking water plants that were on the verge of crisis due to fiber breakage in their low-pressure membrane systems. That is, until they took a chance on a membrane that had been used extensively in drinking water plants worldwide but never in the United States. This presentation describes how each of these plants were able to get swift state approval to replace their membranes with modules containing unique honeycomb-like fibers, and how the plants have performed since then.
This presentation is available to AMTA Members only.
- Dave Holland
- Aqua-Aerobie Systems
- AMTA/NWMOA Technology Transfer Workshop, Fargo, ND
- AMTA/NWMOA Technology Transfer Workshop
- Membrane Replacement, No-Break Fiber, Drinking Water Membrane