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Improved Wastewater Treatment to Meet Increasing Water Demands

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

To reach the ever growing demands for water in the Orange County Water District, Siemens was able to come up with a cost efficient and environmentally sound solution – Memcor®. This is a submerged membrane microfiltration system, supplying 87MGD (329 MLD) of water to a reverse osmosis unit, followed by advanced oxidation. It makes groundwater recharge possible by the use of low pressure membrane technology and hollow fibre membranes. The Memcor membrane system used at the facility is currently one of the largest in the world, having produced 34 billion gallons of water since 2008. – Siemens on YouTube

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