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MBR technology has been applied to a wide range of wastewater treatment applications. The range varies in capacities as small as, an individual bungalow to large capacity municipal plants.  MBR system is the combination of biological and membrane separation processes. The biological process is

Both MBR and SBR technologies are biological process based on active sludge principle.  The main difference is, MBR is a continuous process whereas SBR is a batch process.  MBR process is designed, based on filtration technology where UF/MF membrane are submerged in the activated sludge ba

For domestic, institutional and industrial applications, a large quantity of water is required.  Considering the severity of water scarcity throughout the world, the entire approach towards water consumption is changing rapidly. This also includes the conservation and reuse of wastewater. Curre

With the increasing population, water scarcity, and growing water supply demands, it has become essential to use sustainable water strategies. Various methods and technologies have been adopted in the past to curb freshwater consumption and develop an effective method for the reuse of wastewater. No

The World Water Council estimates that by 2025, 1.8 billion people will live in areas of absolute water scarcity, and 2/3 of the world population will be living under water stress conditions.  By 2030, global demand for freshwater is expected to exceed supply by 40%.  At the same time, the

Our children are the future for tomorrow. Therefore, it is highly imperative to make them realize the water importance from today to save the future. All educational institutions consume a great amount of water, but this is not just because of their large size but due to the fact that water is neede

Water is a scarce resource and an essential element of all forms of life. Water resources, mainly groundwater is being contaminated due to the use of various chemicals and fertilizers in agricultural fields, The indiscriminate disposal of effluents from industries has also contributed to water pollu

Healthcare facilities are among the largest commercial and institutional water consumers. The water use per bed varies from 120 to 1150 liters per day. It depends on the water needs, geographical location, the institution’s size, services, and the type of the building, including the water usage pr

Hotels use approximately 15 % of the total water in commercial sector for hospitality and other lodging facilities. That’s between five to eight times more water usage than an average home. Therefore, having a proper water management plan, including technology intervention and employees training,

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