Pilot study of the impact of geothermal water RO concentrate volume minimization on the possibility of comprehensive further use

@article{Tyszer2019PilotSO,
  title={Pilot study of the impact of geothermal water RO concentrate volume minimization on the possibility of comprehensive further use},
  author={Magdalena Tyszer and Barbara Tomaszewska},
  journal={DESALINATION AND WATER TREATMENT},
  year={2019}
}
Using membrane processes, especially reverse osmosis (RO), to concentrate geothermal waters can provide to obtain good quality new products, such as useful concentrates and permeates possible to use as drinking waters. Natural water, which possesses curative parameters, can be concentrated using membrane processes to produce curative solutions or crystalline salts used for healing baths or inhalations. Concentrates can also be a valuable resource for production metals, chemicals, and also… 

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