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Impact of hazardous events on MBR treatment performance

Project Number # 4038-11

Process robustness and impact of hazardous events on membrane bioreactor (MBR) treatment performance

Project Leader:  Trang Trinh

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This project investigates the impact of hazardous events (i.e. high organic, high salinity, high toxic shock loads in influent, aeration lost or membrane damage) on decentralised membrane bioreactor performance. This investigation is important for validation of membrane bioreactors to fully comply with the requirements of current Australian water recycling guidelines and to provide necessary risk-based information for health and environmental regulators.

 

  • Mentor:  Dr Simon Wilson [WaterRA General Manager - Research]

A hard copy of Trang's thesis is available from the WaterRA Library

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