Optimized Removal of Boron and Other Specific Contaminants by SWRO Membranes

@inproceedings{Bartels2009OptimizedRO,
  title={Optimized Removal of Boron and Other Specific Contaminants by SWRO Membranes},
  author={Craig R. Bartels and Stefan Rybar and Keith Andes and R. M. Franks},
  year={2009}
}
New seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) plants are providing larger percentages of water used for potable supply. As these plants provide more water, the effects of certain low concentration impurities can become more critical. Two important elements or compounds are boron and bromide. A variety of recent papers have reviewed the need to increase pH of the 2 pass SWRO permeate to be able to achieve the needed boron rejection. In contrast, bromide rejection is not well characterized and rejection… CONTINUE READING

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