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Membrane bioreactor (mbr) case study

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Membrane bioreactor (MBR) is the combination of a membrane process like microfiltration or ultrafiltration with a suspended growth bioreactor, and is now widely used for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment.
MBR effectively uses the membrane to intercept the active micro-organism, which greatly increase the wastewater treatment capacity and improve the produced water quality.

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Membrane bioreactor (mbr) case study

  1. 1. Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Case Study
  2. 2. • Membrane bioreactor (MBR) is now widely used for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, attributed to MBR process can produce effluent of high quality enough to be discharged to coastal, surface or brackish waterways or to be reclaimed for urban irrigation. • Recent technical innovation and significant membrane cost reduction have enabled MBRs to become an established process option to treat waste water. It it possible to operate MBR process at higher mixed liquor suspended solids concentrations compared to conventional settlement separation systems, thus reducing the reactor volume to achieve the same loading rate. About MBR
  3. 3. • Project name : campus sewage reuse project for Wuxi technician college • capacity : 1000m³/d • Raw water type : resort sewage • Reuse water quality : Case Info   CODcr, mg/L BOD5, mg/L Ammonia- nitrogen, mg/L SS , mg/L Recovery rate MBR product <40 <10 <10 5 81%
  4. 4. Process Chart
  5. 5. • The MBR process is a suspended growth activated sludge system that utilizes microporous membranes for solid/liquid separation in lieu of secondary clarifiers. The typical arrangement shown in Figure 1 includes submerged membranes in the aerated portion of the bioreactor, an anoxic zone and internal mixed liquor recycle. • Incorporation of anaerobic zones for biological phosphorus removal has been the focus of recent research, and there is at least one full scale facility of this type being designed presently in North America. As a further alternative to Figure 1, some plants have used pressure membranes (rather than submerged membranes) external to the bioreactor. Process description
  6. 6. Common MBR membrane module
  7. 7. On-site photos
  8. 8. On-site photos
  9. 9. On-site photos
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