Provider Notes:This page contains data on the project collected to date and documents meeting with the group. 06/25/03 Data from interview at NSCORT workshop. 09/26/05 Phone interview with Kim Jones by Jim Russell and Mike Lasinski. 05/03/06 Added 09/26/05 interview notes to file.This subsystem is part of the air/water treatment group. Following pretreatment by the Bio-Regenerative Environmental Treatment for Health (BREATHe)system, low pressure reverse osmosis (LPRO) or nanofiltration (NF) membranes will be employed to remove remaining contaminants including ammonium ions, surfactants, and trace organics. These contaminants will be reduced to meet existing EPA and NASA standards. The goal is to achieve high removal rates (99% for some contaminants) while maintaining high flux and low fouling of the membranes. Membrane treatment is the last treatment step before final disinfection of the recycled wastewater.
Related Documents:WSR16a, WSR16c
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