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  From the previous article, it’s clear that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) are the next step for Cambodia in their efforts to continue with their strong pace of economic development and prosperity seen in the last two decades. With the SDG’s having a major focus on water supply and sanitation, Membracon have the specialist technology and experience to identify how and where to bring contributions to the table. Our Involvement Membracon have recently returned from a visit to Cambodia.…

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As mentioned in our recent blog, there’s a vast amount of countries experiencing water issues in regards to water scarcity and a lack of wastewater treatment. As a result, the consequences are dire, placing a detrimental impact on human survival. One country in particular that’s suffering from water related issues is Cambodia. Cambodia is a country located on the Indochina peninsula, where it is bordered by Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. In this case study we take a deeper look into…

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40% of the worlds inhabitants are adversely impacted by water related issues. If nothing changes, it is estimated that the figure will rise to half of the global population by 2050. Despite over 70% of the world being covered by water, water scarcity, quality and treatment are major problems that many have yet to have gotten round to resolving. Current Global Water Issues Membracon, being a well-established industry leader in water systems, have been made alert to the major endemic…

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Smart technology in water filtration - wastewater treatment recycling water

Membracon are looking to expand their smart technology offerings, capabilities and partnerships to continue to provide cutting-edge technologies in water treatment. With the rise of global networking and trading, machinery and technology are becoming more integrated than ever before. However, the rise in the market creates an advance in competition. Seeking out the most efficient and cost effective mechanisms for industries of all sectors is vital. Companies across all sectors are looking for less conventional tools to bring further benefits.…

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Although all water filtration systems are achieving the same thing, the process can differ depending on your chosen solution. Reverse osmosis is a solution that can reject up to 99.9% of bacteria. This is why its popular in industrial processes where there’s a variety of contaminants such as grease, oil, paint and chemicals. Read on to find out what RO is, how it works and what industries use it. What Is Reverse Osmosis? Often referred to as RO, reverse osmosis…

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Reverse Osmosis (RO) is growing in popularity when it comes to managing and treating wastewater, especially in industrial processes. Companies are becoming aware of just how important the responsibility they have when dealing with such large quantities of water. Water filtration systems like RO are an investment that companies should be making. They provide a safer working environment, less maintenance and over time will save money. They’re also required to meet certain regulations and laws. What Is Wastewater?   Waste…

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Dependent on your raw water, many different industrial water filtration systems can be used to remove impurities, solids and chemicals. Reverse osmosis is becoming an increasingly popular choice due to the fact it can remove more than most other systems. Sometimes a combination of systems are used, this depends on the quality of the water you have, and the quality you need to achieve for your specific requirements. Companies are becoming more aware of the impact their wastewater can have…

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how can water treatment companies help to reduce the impact on the environment

Larger organisations have a social responsibility to ensure waste products and chemicals are disposed of correctly. As large quantities of water and products are used in manufacturing processes, the impact they have on the environment is huge. Due to the seriousness of incorrect wastewater disposal, companies saw fines of an average of £440,000 in 2017 with the added risk of imprisonment. Water companies are creating awareness around this issue, providing an environmentally friendly solution.   How Do Companies Benefit From…

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difference between microfiltration, ultrafiltration and nanofiltration | wastewater filtration reverse osmosis water | Membracon | Wolverhampton West Midlands

The main difference between microfiltration, nanofiltration and ultrafiltration is the pore size of the membrane. With each different filtration process a variety of elements get either blocked or pass through with the water. Below is a diagram to demonstrate this. Reverse osmosis is the only water filtration procedure to remove all elements completely, leaving just pure water, proving popular in the pharmaceuticals sector. Each filtration process has the same procedure, water passes through a semipermeable membrane, depending on the pore…

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How does commercial ultrafiltration work, wastewater management recycling water | Membracon | Wolverhampton | West Midlands

  Commercial ultrafiltration uses standard low pressure to push water through a membrane to filter out contaminants, bacteria, viruses and parasites whilst retaining minerals in the water. Ultrafiltration is implemented commercially in a variety of ways, small kits can be installed under your sink at home to improve the quality of drinking water from your tap. It’s also used in a much larger scale providing remote villages, who otherwise wouldn’t have access to, clean drinking water. What Is Ultrafiltration?  …

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