Within the project En-RecoTreat, the membrane distillation technology is further developed for the use of waste water treatment. Thereby ammonia is separated and recovered from the municipal waste-water using energy efficient membrane distillation processes. The direct waste-water concentration also aims to replace the exergy-intensive process of aerobic waste-water treatment by anaerobic high-performance reactors which produce energy in the form of biogas. The integration of the membrane distillation in the waste-water treatment leads to the development of an optimized control-strategy and an overall energy concept for municipal waste-water treatment plants.
|Effective start/end date||1/05/14 → 30/04/16|
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