|To:||Membrane Industry & Media Publications|
|From:||Harold Fravel, AMTA Executive Director|
|Contact:||email@example.com / 772-463-0844|
|Date:||January 25, 2017|
The American Membrane Technology Association and the Southeast Desalting Association will be holding a joint one day, targeted Workshop on Concentrate Management from membrane plants on May 10, 2017 at the Town of Jupiter Community Center.
The purpose of this workshop is to cover key issues around concentrate generation and disposal and will have presentations on permitting, deep well injection, blending for reuse, development of wetlands, addition of systems to further treat concentrate, zero liquid discharge examples, improved chemicals for enhanced recovery and more.
The workshop should be of interest to anyone looking at options for their concentrate handling and in particular firms designing and supporting membrane plants. Attendance will be limited to 100 people and AMTA feels that the focused subject matter for this workshop will draw individuals from around the United States. CEU credit will be available. Lunch will be included in the registration fee.
A copy of the program can be found at Jupiter Workshop and registration will be available. An optional tour of the Town of Jupiter’s brackish water and nanofiltration plants will be available during the afternoon of May 9.
The American Membrane Technology Association’s mission is to promote, advocate and advance the understanding and application of membrane technology to create safe, affordable and reliable water supplies, and to treat municipal, industrial, agricultural and waste waters for beneficial use. AMTA provides broad opportunities for the exchange of technical, operational and financial information among individuals and organizations interested in membrane technologies. As the leading advocate of membrane processes in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Central America, AMTA is a strong voice for regulatory and legislative reforms essential to the understanding, acceptance and utilization of membrane technologies. Please visitwww.amtaorg.com for more information.