Discussion: Is Nanotechnology the Next Step In Water Treatment?
Compiled by Mike Henley
Editor’s note: This column is based on a recent discussion on the LinkedIn Ultrapure Water Group. This column seeks to accurately reflect comments from each contributor. On occasion, there may be the need to edit contributor comments for clarity or length. Readers are invited to join the Ultrapure Water Group and to participate in discussions. An important purpose of the group is to provide a forum for practical discussion of issues facing endusers of high-purity water.
Compiled by Mike Henley, Editor, Ultrapure Water
These discussions from the Ultrapure Water LinkedIn group examine three areas. The first is nanotechnology, and what promise it may hold for water treatment technology advancement. The second discussion examines the reuse of idle treatment equipment for other purposes. For example, the use of membrane system to treat wastewater or prepare a waste stream for use in a cooling tower. The final brief exchange looks at the need for calibrating total organic carbon (TOC) instruments.
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