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Title: Challenge Projects on Low Energy Treatment Schemes for Water Reuse - Phase I - University of Michigan

PROJECT NUMBER:

ENER2C12d

PROJECT MANAGER:

Lauren Fillmore, M.Sc.
lauren22642@yahoo.com

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Steven J. Skerlos
University of Michigan
Skerlos@umich.edu

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

5/8/2013

TOTAL FUNDING:

$7,500.00

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

Evaluates anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) technology as a low energy alternative of conventional activated sludge (CAS) wastewater treatment for reuse. Results from bench-scale operation (U4R08) indicate that anaerobic membrane bioreactors can achieve direct discharge limits and the report includes a life cycle evaluation which shows that AnMBR can serve as the core technology in water reuse schemes with a potential for economic and environmental benefits compared with conventional activated sludge processes. This was a cooperative project co-funded by WERF and the WateReuse Research Foundation. 70 pages. Online PDF. (2013)

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