by Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, Ohio .
Written in English
|Contributions||Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)|
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|Number of Pages||41|
SBP Technologies, Inc. (SBP), has developed a hazardous waste treatment system consisting of (1) a membrane filtration system that extracts and concentrates contaminants from groundwater, surface water, wash water, or slurries; and (2) a bioremediation system that treats concentrated groundwater, wash water, and soil slurries (see photograph below). United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA//MR/OU April SUPERFUND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION Demonstration Bulletin Membrane Filtration SBP Technologies, Inc. Technology Description: SBP Technologies Inc. (SBP) has developed a membrane-based separation technology that can reduce the volumeof contaminated groundwater requiring treatment. The groundwater that a southern Louisiana water utility supplies to local residents has traditionally carried a high amount of organic material and color. In the past, the organics were oxidized and broken down by chlorination, but this practice had gone out of favor due to production of disinfection by-products (DBPs) such as Trihalomethanes (THMs) and Haloacidic Acids (HAAs). The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) offers a series of technical papers authored specifically for AMTA by professionals in every field of water treatment expertise. Fact Sheets provide information on every aspect of membrane technology, system design, application, operation, and key industry definitions.
Abstract. Chemical analyses and biological response data were used to assess the efficacy of a field-scale hyperfiltration unit in the removal of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and other organic compounds from creosote- and pentachlorophenol (PCP)-contaminated ground water. Therefore the aim of this chapter is review different membrane technology processes used for treatment of wastewater in the last 5 years (–). The advantages, challenges/limitations associated with the use of each membrane technology and . A Swedish study revealed that around a wood preservation site, soil As concentration was between 10 and mg/kg and metal contaminants varied in the following order: As > Zn > Cu ≥ Cr (Ryberg and Haugen, ). In the vicinity of sites with wood preservation, As levels in stream water can reach μg/l (Bhattacharya et al., c). This. Alfredo Cassano, Carmela Conidi, Roberto Castro-Muñoz, Current and Future Applications of Nanofiltration in Food Processing, Separation of Functional Molecules in Food by Membrane Technology, /B, (), ().
Today, membrane technology represents a well-established technology adopted by several fields of scientific interest, but particularly attracting in hydrogen generation and purification as well as in precombustion CO 2 capture. This chapter describes how membrane and membrane reactor technology may impact on the hydrogen economy and the. considered uneconomical, membrane technology costs have decreased by 80% over the past 15 years, making the use of membranes and MBR a viable option for the first time (Layson, ). Membrane bioreactors are able to provide the benefits of biological treatment with a physical. Membrane treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by SBP Technologies, Inc (Book) EPA RREL's mobile Volume SBP Technologies, Inc Solvent extraction Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of (United States) Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program. The book offers a useful guide for scientists and engineers working in various fields, including membrane technology, separation, desalination, and wastewater treatment. Alberto Figoli and Alessandra Criscuoli are both Senior Researchers at the Institute on Membrane Technology .