Recovering sodium chloride from NOM-rich ion exchange brine

Caltran, I. (Speaker)

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Several drinking water companies use ion exchange (IEX) to remove natural organic matter (NOM). In this case, IEX produces a challenging waste brine, which contains NOM, regeneration chloride salt, and several ions. In order to limit the waste brine volume, sodium chloride can be recovered with ceramic nanofiltration. However, separation between different ions in ceramic nanofiltration is not fully understood at high salinity conditions.
Period12 Jan 2018
Event titleVC 2018: TU Delft 70e Vakantiecursus : hét nieuwjaarscongres van de watersector
Event typeConference
Conference number70
LocationDelft, Netherlands
Degree of RecognitionNational