Did you know that recovering reverse osmosis membranes costs less than buying new membranes? Well this article might be of interest for experts and professionals working in the field of water desalination.
REMEMBRANE has published an article that presents the final project actions, whose main objective is the recovery of reverse osmosis membranes used in desalination plants that have reached the end of its useful life after between 5 and 10 years of operation. Currently, the management system of membranes is disposed through landfill. Also keep in mind that the cost of a new membrane can vary depending on the number of units to replace, between 350 and 600 â‚¬ / ud. So, what is now considered a waste, it can become a valuable by-product recovered by the Remembrane process with costs below 100 â‚¬ / module.
Read the full article in Spanish here.
This publication has been written by TECNOAQUA.