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RO Reject Water Management Techniques

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To meet with the growing water requirements, along with the waste water from municipal sewage treatment plant, it is critical to consider the reuse of waste water from the industries wherever possible. In the Indian context, this has already been started in some of the big industries especially in metro cities and it must be implemented at all level possible industries. Ultrafiltration (UF), reverse-osmosis (RO) and a membrane bioreactor (MBR) will all be an integral part of this. From last five decades, the variation for increase in population and decrease in available clean water is noticeable. Waste water reuse is not only the requirement but it also provides several eco-friendly benefits.
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