Seawater-driven forward osmosis for enriching nitrogen and phosphorous in treated municipal wastewater: effect of membrane properties and feed solution chemistry.

@article{Xue2015SeawaterdrivenFO,
  title={Seawater-driven forward osmosis for enriching nitrogen and phosphorous in treated municipal wastewater: effect of membrane properties and feed solution chemistry.},
  author={Wenchao Xue and Tomohiro Tobino and Fumiyuki Nakajima and Kazuo Yamamoto},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2015},
  volume={69},
  pages={
          120-130
        }
}
Seawater-driven forward osmosis (FO) is considered to be a novel strategy to concentrate nutrients in treated municipal wastewater for further recovery as well as simultaneous discharge of highly purified wastewater into the sea with low cost. As a preliminary test, the performance of FO membranes in concentrating nutrients was investigated by both batch experiments and model simulation approaches. With synthetic seawater as the draw solution, the dissolved organic carbon, phosphate, and… CONTINUE READING

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