Suggestions of eco-friendly RO membrane operation (Focused on K-water’s RO plant )

Date Published 2023 | Conference material

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Reverse Osmosis practices were not optimized for sustainability at major plants.​ This presentation showcases several recommendations, including reuse of RO membranes and reduction of chemical use.​

Organizations: K-water
Authors: Yubeen Ji, Sehee Choi, Hyunkook Chun, Hanna Park, Wongeun Jang, Yoonho Anh,
Tags: Reverse Osmosis (RO)Environmental sustainabilityEnergy ConservationFouling

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