101 Advanced Treatment for Water Reuse and Recycling I

Monday, November 4, 2013: 12:30 PM
Union Square 21 (Hilton)
Faced with the scarcity of natural sources of quality water for potable and industrial use, the alternative will be to reuse and recycle treated wastewater. In many cases, the cost of treating wastewater for reuse or recycle is less than other methods of production with the added advantage of preserving the environment. Water recycling is reusing treated wastewater for beneficial purposes such as agricultural, landscaping irrigation, industrial processes including advanced cooling systems, cooling tower, hydraulic fracturing (fracing), and so on. Both applied and fundamental contributions are sought in these areas of research and development from industries, municipalities, academia, and consultants on state-of-the-art water treatment processes such as ion-exchange, membrane separation, desalination, and chemical processes with conventional wastewater treatment processes including physical separations, chemical reactions, biological processes, tertiary treatment and advanced wastewater treatment.

Separations Division (02), Sustainable Engineering Forum (23)

Tapas K. Das
Email: shivaniki@comcast.net

Yoram Cohen
Email: yoram@ucla.edu

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12:30 PM
(101a) Advanced Treatment of Shale Gas Frac Water to Produce NPDES Quality Water
Robert S. Dahlin, Bill Chatterton, Behrang Pakzadeh and Austin Vaillancourt

12:52 PM
(101b) Recovering/Reuse of Sodium Chloride from Zero Discharge Desalination Concentrate Streams
Alemayehu Yetayew, Lucy Mar Camacho, Malynda A. Cappelle and Tom Davis

1:14 PM
(101c) Advances in Electrosorption By Mesoporous Carbon Materials for Water Desalination
Ketki Sharma, Richard T. Mayes, Jim Kiggans, Sotira Yiacoumi, David W. DePaoli, Sheng Dai and Costas Tsouris
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