Water Treatment & Membranes

October 2022

RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration
Date: 6 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0068
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 7 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 7 webinar on “RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration” discusses about: Fundamentals of membrane filtration technology; Membranes and membrane modules configuration; Pressure driven membrane filtration technology; Vacuum driven membrane filtration technology; Ceramic membranes; Membrane filtration system configurations; Sizing membrane filtration systems; Membrane integrity testing; Membrane filtration applied to potable water treatment; Membrane filtration applied to wastewater reclamation; Membrane filtration applied to seawater desalination; Determination of operating parameters and usage of chemicals; Membrane filtration cleaning procedures; Economics of membrane filtration as RO pretreatment and Comparison of conventional and membrane pretreatment. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration
Date: 6 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0068
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 7 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 7 webinar on “RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration” discusses about: Fundamentals of membrane filtration technology; Membranes and membrane modules configuration; Pressure driven membrane filtration technology; Vacuum driven membrane filtration technology; Ceramic membranes; Membrane filtration system configurations; Sizing membrane filtration systems; Membrane integrity testing; Membrane filtration applied to potable water treatment; Membrane filtration applied to wastewater reclamation; Membrane filtration applied to seawater desalination; Determination of operating parameters and usage of chemicals; Membrane filtration cleaning procedures; Economics of membrane filtration as RO pretreatment and Comparison of conventional and membrane pretreatment. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration
Date: 6 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0068
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 7 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 7 webinar on “RO Pretreatment System: Membrane Filtration” discusses about: Fundamentals of membrane filtration technology; Membranes and membrane modules configuration; Pressure driven membrane filtration technology; Vacuum driven membrane filtration technology; Ceramic membranes; Membrane filtration system configurations; Sizing membrane filtration systems; Membrane integrity testing; Membrane filtration applied to potable water treatment; Membrane filtration applied to wastewater reclamation; Membrane filtration applied to seawater desalination; Determination of operating parameters and usage of chemicals; Membrane filtration cleaning procedures; Economics of membrane filtration as RO pretreatment and Comparison of conventional and membrane pretreatment. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO System Performance Projection
Date: 7 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0070
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 8 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 8 webinar on “RO System Performance Projection” discusses about: Methods of RO membranes performance calculations; Algorithm of computer program for performance projection; Features of commercial computer programs; Examples of determination of process parameters and performance calculations; Optimization of system performance utilizing computer calculations; “Split Partial” two pass permeate processing; Hybrid system configurations; and Alternatives of boron reduction in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO System Performance Projection
Date: 7 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0070
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 8 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 8 webinar on “RO System Performance Projection” discusses about: Methods of RO membranes performance calculations; Algorithm of computer program for performance projection; Features of commercial computer programs; Examples of determination of process parameters and performance calculations; Optimization of system performance utilizing computer calculations; “Split Partial” two pass permeate processing; Hybrid system configurations; and Alternatives of boron reduction in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO System Performance Projection
Date: 7 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0070
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 8 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 8 webinar on “RO System Performance Projection” discusses about: Methods of RO membranes performance calculations; Algorithm of computer program for performance projection; Features of commercial computer programs; Examples of determination of process parameters and performance calculations; Optimization of system performance utilizing computer calculations; “Split Partial” two pass permeate processing; Hybrid system configurations; and Alternatives of boron reduction in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Date: 9 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0088
Registration Fee:
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Non-Member: 180 US$
Group (5-Pax): 480 US$
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Description: The first webinar in the series starts by defining the terms used in membrane filtration and will then go on to consider separation mechanisms and the factors influencing performance. Polymeric membrane materials will then be compared, and factors will be considered which affect polymer choice. A very brief introduction will then be made of the pros and cons of ceramic membranes vs polymerics, The webinar concludes with a discussion of polymeric surface characteristics and hydrophilicity, and looks at the issue of membrane fouling and the techniques by which it can be controlled. The content can be summarized as follows: • UF/MF basics • Separation Mechanisms • Membrane Materials and Factors Influencing Membrane Selection • An Introduction to Fouling and Fouling Control
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant
Date: 10 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0072
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 9 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 9 webinar on “Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant” discusses about: RO plant hydraulic profile; Pumps types in RO applications; Energy recovery devices in RO applications; Alternative configurations of feed water pumping in RO systems; Components of energy usage in RO process; and Optimization of energy usage in RO process. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant
Date: 10 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0072
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 9 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 9 webinar on “Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant” discusses about: RO plant hydraulic profile; Pumps types in RO applications; Energy recovery devices in RO applications; Alternative configurations of feed water pumping in RO systems; Components of energy usage in RO process; and Optimization of energy usage in RO process. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant
Date: 10 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0072
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 9 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 9 webinar on “Pumping and Energy Recovery Equipment in RO Desalination Plant” discusses about: RO plant hydraulic profile; Pumps types in RO applications; Energy recovery devices in RO applications; Alternative configurations of feed water pumping in RO systems; Components of energy usage in RO process; and Optimization of energy usage in RO process. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Permeate Post Treatment Process
Date: 11 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0074
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 10 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 10 webinar on “RO Permeate Post Treatment Process” discusses about: Chemistry of post treatment process; Configurations of post treatment process in low salinity feed RO systems; Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in low salinity feed RO systems; Configurations of post treatment process in seawater RO systems; and Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Permeate Post Treatment Process
Date: 11 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0074
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 10 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 10 webinar on “RO Permeate Post Treatment Process” discusses about: Chemistry of post treatment process; Configurations of post treatment process in low salinity feed RO systems; Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in low salinity feed RO systems; Configurations of post treatment process in seawater RO systems; and Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Permeate Post Treatment Process
Date: 11 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0074
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 10 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 10 webinar on “RO Permeate Post Treatment Process” discusses about: Chemistry of post treatment process; Configurations of post treatment process in low salinity feed RO systems; Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in low salinity feed RO systems; Configurations of post treatment process in seawater RO systems; and Calculations of carbonate equilibriums and chemicals usage for permeate treatment in seawater RO systems. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Desalination System Design Fundamentals
Date: 12 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0076
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 11 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 11 webinar on “Desalination System Design Fundamentals” discusses about: Project specifications; Process development; Calculation of membrane performance; Process and instrumentation diagram; Mechanical equipment drawings; Bill of materials; Major equipment components; System layout; and Calculation of desalination plant economics, system cost and operating cost. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Desalination System Design Fundamentals
Date: 12 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0076
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 11 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 11 webinar on “Desalination System Design Fundamentals” discusses about: Project specifications; Process development; Calculation of membrane performance; Process and instrumentation diagram; Mechanical equipment drawings; Bill of materials; Major equipment components; System layout; and Calculation of desalination plant economics, system cost and operating cost. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Desalination System Design Fundamentals
Date: 12 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0076
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 11 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 11 webinar on “Desalination System Design Fundamentals” discusses about: Project specifications; Process development; Calculation of membrane performance; Process and instrumentation diagram; Mechanical equipment drawings; Bill of materials; Major equipment components; System layout; and Calculation of desalination plant economics, system cost and operating cost. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization
Date: 13 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0078
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 12 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 12 webinar on “RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization” discusses about: Collection of RO system operating parameters; Calculation of normalized membrane performance; Determination of membrane performance trend; and Application of normalized performance to optimize effectiveness of membrane cleaning and membrane replacement. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization
Date: 13 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0078
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 12 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 12 webinar on “RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization” discusses about: Collection of RO system operating parameters; Calculation of normalized membrane performance; Determination of membrane performance trend; and Application of normalized performance to optimize effectiveness of membrane cleaning and membrane replacement. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization
Date: 13 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0078
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 12 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 12 webinar on “RO Membrane Elements Performance Normalization” discusses about: Collection of RO system operating parameters; Calculation of normalized membrane performance; Determination of membrane performance trend; and Application of normalized performance to optimize effectiveness of membrane cleaning and membrane replacement. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery
Date: 14 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0080
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 13 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 13 webinar on “RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery” discusses about: Membrane fouling phenomena; Symptoms of membrane fouling; Membrane elements performance testing and examination procedures; Cleaning system sizing and membrane cleaning procedures; and Optimization of performance recovery through membranes cleaning. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery
Date: 14 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0080
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 13 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 13 webinar on “RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery” discusses about: Membrane fouling phenomena; Symptoms of membrane fouling; Membrane elements performance testing and examination procedures; Cleaning system sizing and membrane cleaning procedures; and Optimization of performance recovery through membranes cleaning. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery
Date: 14 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0080
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 13 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 13 webinar on “RO Membrane Fouling and Performance Recovery” discusses about: Membrane fouling phenomena; Symptoms of membrane fouling; Membrane elements performance testing and examination procedures; Cleaning system sizing and membrane cleaning procedures; and Optimization of performance recovery through membranes cleaning. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process
Date: 17 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0082
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 14 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 14 webinar on “RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process” discusses about: Objectives of pilot unit testing program; Alternative configurations of pilot units; Low salinity feed water; Secondary effluent; Seawater feed water; and Operation of pilot unit, data recording and evaluation of results. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process
Date: 17 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0082
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 14 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 14 webinar on “RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process” discusses about: Objectives of pilot unit testing program; Alternative configurations of pilot units; Low salinity feed water; Secondary effluent; Seawater feed water; and Operation of pilot unit, data recording and evaluation of results. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process
Date: 17 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0082
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 14 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 14 webinar on “RO Pilot Unit Configurations & Operation and Economics of RO Process” discusses about: Objectives of pilot unit testing program; Alternative configurations of pilot units; Low salinity feed water; Secondary effluent; Seawater feed water; and Operation of pilot unit, data recording and evaluation of results. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology
Date: 18 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0084
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
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Description: This webinar is Part 15 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 15 webinar on “Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology” discusses about: Overview of treatment of municipal wastewater; Range of compositions of the secondary effluent; Configuration of advanced wastewater reclamation systems; Design parameters of wastewater reclamation process; and Sizing of major equipment and system design. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology
Date: 18 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0084
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 15 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 15 webinar on “Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology” discusses about: Overview of treatment of municipal wastewater; Range of compositions of the secondary effluent; Configuration of advanced wastewater reclamation systems; Design parameters of wastewater reclamation process; and Sizing of major equipment and system design. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology
Date: 18 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0084
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar is Part 15 of KnowHow Webinar Series “RO Desalination System: Process, Design & Operation”. This Part 15 webinar on “Wastewater Reclamation using RO Technology” discusses about: Overview of treatment of municipal wastewater; Range of compositions of the secondary effluent; Configuration of advanced wastewater reclamation systems; Design parameters of wastewater reclamation process; and Sizing of major equipment and system design. This webinar is directed toward engineers and water treatment professionals involved with process development and design and operation of membrane plants to enhance their level of technical expertise.
Expert: Dr. Wilf has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination and wastewater reclamation plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977. Dr. Wilf has been involved in development of new desalination process and optimization of membrane technologies. Some of his inventions have resulted in patent applications and are being used in commercial desalination systems. Dr. Wilf is a regular contributor to professional journals, wrote chapters on membrane technology processes and applications to a number of books. He edited and wrote with other coauthors The Guidebook to Membrane Desalination Technology that has been published in 2006. The second book on membrane technology that he edited and contributed, The Guidebook to Membrane Technology for Wastewater Reclamation, has been published in 2010. Dr. Wilf regularly presents and teaches desalination and membrane technology subjects to engineers and water professionals. His teaching activity includes teaching course on membrane technology and desalination for European Desalination Society, and other courses for industrial companies and engineering organizations.

RO Membrane Plant : Operational Control & Troubleshooting
Date: 19 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0053
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
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Description: This training is focusing on major operational issues of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Water Treatment with emphasis on principles and proper operation of RO Plant, loading and unloading membrane elements, control of membrane fouling & scaling, daily/weekly monitoring practices, membrane cleaning methods, evaluation of pretreatment, interpretation of performance data etc. This webinar is aimed for people who has basic understanding on membrane water treatment. It is suitable for engineers, operators and designers working in membrane water treatment systems.
Expert: Mr. Kazi Sarwan Hasan has been working in water and wastewater treatment field for more than 22 years with specialization in process development for filtration systems, membrane system design, technical consulting/troubleshooting liquid filtration systems, water purification and wastewater recycle/recovery. Currently, he is working as the Managing Director of Innosep Co., Ltd., Thailand, which provides global services of membrane water treatment and industrial filtration. His educational credentials include M.Eng in Water and Wastewater Engineering (Asian Institute of Technology).

RO Membrane Plant : Operational Control & Troubleshooting
Date: 19 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0053
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This training is focusing on major operational issues of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Water Treatment with emphasis on principles and proper operation of RO Plant, loading and unloading membrane elements, control of membrane fouling & scaling, daily/weekly monitoring practices, membrane cleaning methods, evaluation of pretreatment, interpretation of performance data etc. This webinar is aimed for people who has basic understanding on membrane water treatment. It is suitable for engineers, operators and designers working in membrane water treatment systems.
Expert: Mr. Kazi Sarwan Hasan has been working in water and wastewater treatment field for more than 22 years with specialization in process development for filtration systems, membrane system design, technical consulting/troubleshooting liquid filtration systems, water purification and wastewater recycle/recovery. Currently, he is working as the Managing Director of Innosep Co., Ltd., Thailand, which provides global services of membrane water treatment and industrial filtration. His educational credentials include M.Eng in Water and Wastewater Engineering (Asian Institute of Technology).

RO Membrane Plant : Operational Control & Troubleshooting
Date: 19 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0053
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This training is focusing on major operational issues of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Water Treatment with emphasis on principles and proper operation of RO Plant, loading and unloading membrane elements, control of membrane fouling & scaling, daily/weekly monitoring practices, membrane cleaning methods, evaluation of pretreatment, interpretation of performance data etc. This webinar is aimed for people who has basic understanding on membrane water treatment. It is suitable for engineers, operators and designers working in membrane water treatment systems.
Expert: Mr. Kazi Sarwan Hasan has been working in water and wastewater treatment field for more than 22 years with specialization in process development for filtration systems, membrane system design, technical consulting/troubleshooting liquid filtration systems, water purification and wastewater recycle/recovery. Currently, he is working as the Managing Director of Innosep Co., Ltd., Thailand, which provides global services of membrane water treatment and industrial filtration. His educational credentials include M.Eng in Water and Wastewater Engineering (Asian Institute of Technology).

Next Decade Trends in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Date: 20 Oct 2022
Time: 10am Thailand
Language: English
ID: KH0035
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Currently, global water supply is 740 billion m3 and by 2030 this is forecasted to be 1.5 trillion m3. Moreover, Asia has the highest rate of water withdrawal and consumption in the world. By 2025, its total water consumption would be 1750 km3. In addition to demand increase caused by population growth, the effects of climate change, disaster impacts and non-revenue water losses in cities exacerbate this problem. This presentation highlighted the key mega trends that are shaping the water and wastewater market during the next decade and explores the investment opportunities that are arising from these trends. Market opportunities related to the water sector are expected to reach USD 1 trillion by 2025. Companies that are early to respond and take steps to exploit the market opportunities associated with these water-related challenges are more likely to gain a competitive advantage and achieve commercial success. One of the fastest growing water business at the moment is purified bottle water service. Since the home-based water purification systems require considerable initial investment and constant servicing, the purified bottle water as an ideal alternative. Similarly, point-of-use water dispensing machines are increasingly deployed in south and south east Asia. They offer purified water in every location and IoT will help in increasing its visibility. Due to climate change scenarios such as severe storms, floods and longer periods of droughts, the necessity of climate resilient water and wastewater treatment plants have emerged. Thereby, the social and economic impacts due to disturbed water and wastewater treatment processes will be minimum. Other emerging problems related to water and wastewater treatment such as; algae bloom, saltwater intrusion, raw water pollution, inorganic water pollution, less space in urban areas, increasing energy costs and micropollutants in water are also getting more focus at present more than in the past. Carbon neutral wastewater treatment, membrane bioreactors and RO systems, concept of co-location of membrane desalination plants with power generation plants, decentralized treatment systems, and IoT in water sector are increasingly becoming popular in every part of the world which may dominate the next decade.
Expert: Dr. C. Visvanathan, is a Professor of the Environmental Engineering and Management Program, School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology. He has a Ph.D. (Chemical /Environmental Engineering) from Institute National Polytechnique, Toulouse, France. His main areas of research interests include: Membrane technologies for water and wastewater treatment, Cleaner production and solid waste disposal and management. In the field of solid waste, his main research interests focus around waste recycling and reuse, landfill pre-treatment technologies, plus anaerobic digestion of food waste. He has published more than 150 international journal papers. He has more than 30 years of experiences teaching environmental engineering and management related courses at graduate level at AIT. His professional experiences include: Project Engineer, Asia Division, International Training Center for Water Resources Management, Sophia Antipolis, France, and short term consultant to UNEP Industry and Environment Office, Paris, France. He was coordinating the ADB – AIT – UNEP joint project on 3R – Knowledge Hub from the AIT side.

Next Decade Trends in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Date: 20 Oct 2022
Time: 10am CET
Language: English
ID: KH0035
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Currently, global water supply is 740 billion m3 and by 2030 this is forecasted to be 1.5 trillion m3. Moreover, Asia has the highest rate of water withdrawal and consumption in the world. By 2025, its total water consumption would be 1750 km3. In addition to demand increase caused by population growth, the effects of climate change, disaster impacts and non-revenue water losses in cities exacerbate this problem. This presentation highlighted the key mega trends that are shaping the water and wastewater market during the next decade and explores the investment opportunities that are arising from these trends. Market opportunities related to the water sector are expected to reach USD 1 trillion by 2025. Companies that are early to respond and take steps to exploit the market opportunities associated with these water-related challenges are more likely to gain a competitive advantage and achieve commercial success. One of the fastest growing water business at the moment is purified bottle water service. Since the home-based water purification systems require considerable initial investment and constant servicing, the purified bottle water as an ideal alternative. Similarly, point-of-use water dispensing machines are increasingly deployed in south and south east Asia. They offer purified water in every location and IoT will help in increasing its visibility. Due to climate change scenarios such as severe storms, floods and longer periods of droughts, the necessity of climate resilient water and wastewater treatment plants have emerged. Thereby, the social and economic impacts due to disturbed water and wastewater treatment processes will be minimum. Other emerging problems related to water and wastewater treatment such as; algae bloom, saltwater intrusion, raw water pollution, inorganic water pollution, less space in urban areas, increasing energy costs and micropollutants in water are also getting more focus at present more than in the past. Carbon neutral wastewater treatment, membrane bioreactors and RO systems, concept of co-location of membrane desalination plants with power generation plants, decentralized treatment systems, and IoT in water sector are increasingly becoming popular in every part of the world which may dominate the next decade.
Expert: Dr. C. Visvanathan, is a Professor of the Environmental Engineering and Management Program, School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology. He has a Ph.D. (Chemical /Environmental Engineering) from Institute National Polytechnique, Toulouse, France. His main areas of research interests include: Membrane technologies for water and wastewater treatment, Cleaner production and solid waste disposal and management. In the field of solid waste, his main research interests focus around waste recycling and reuse, landfill pre-treatment technologies, plus anaerobic digestion of food waste. He has published more than 150 international journal papers. He has more than 30 years of experiences teaching environmental engineering and management related courses at graduate level at AIT. His professional experiences include: Project Engineer, Asia Division, International Training Center for Water Resources Management, Sophia Antipolis, France, and short term consultant to UNEP Industry and Environment Office, Paris, France. He was coordinating the ADB – AIT – UNEP joint project on 3R – Knowledge Hub from the AIT side.

Next Decade Trends in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Date: 20 Oct 2022
Time: 10am EST
Language: English
ID: KH0035
Registration Fee:
Member: 100 US$
Non-Member: 150 US$
Group (5-Pax): 400 US$
Premium Member: 0 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Currently, global water supply is 740 billion m3 and by 2030 this is forecasted to be 1.5 trillion m3. Moreover, Asia has the highest rate of water withdrawal and consumption in the world. By 2025, its total water consumption would be 1750 km3. In addition to demand increase caused by population growth, the effects of climate change, disaster impacts and non-revenue water losses in cities exacerbate this problem. This presentation highlighted the key mega trends that are shaping the water and wastewater market during the next decade and explores the investment opportunities that are arising from these trends. Market opportunities related to the water sector are expected to reach USD 1 trillion by 2025. Companies that are early to respond and take steps to exploit the market opportunities associated with these water-related challenges are more likely to gain a competitive advantage and achieve commercial success. One of the fastest growing water business at the moment is purified bottle water service. Since the home-based water purification systems require considerable initial investment and constant servicing, the purified bottle water as an ideal alternative. Similarly, point-of-use water dispensing machines are increasingly deployed in south and south east Asia. They offer purified water in every location and IoT will help in increasing its visibility. Due to climate change scenarios such as severe storms, floods and longer periods of droughts, the necessity of climate resilient water and wastewater treatment plants have emerged. Thereby, the social and economic impacts due to disturbed water and wastewater treatment processes will be minimum. Other emerging problems related to water and wastewater treatment such as; algae bloom, saltwater intrusion, raw water pollution, inorganic water pollution, less space in urban areas, increasing energy costs and micropollutants in water are also getting more focus at present more than in the past. Carbon neutral wastewater treatment, membrane bioreactors and RO systems, concept of co-location of membrane desalination plants with power generation plants, decentralized treatment systems, and IoT in water sector are increasingly becoming popular in every part of the world which may dominate the next decade.
Expert: Dr. C. Visvanathan, is a Professor of the Environmental Engineering and Management Program, School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology. He has a Ph.D. (Chemical /Environmental Engineering) from Institute National Polytechnique, Toulouse, France. His main areas of research interests include: Membrane technologies for water and wastewater treatment, Cleaner production and solid waste disposal and management. In the field of solid waste, his main research interests focus around waste recycling and reuse, landfill pre-treatment technologies, plus anaerobic digestion of food waste. He has published more than 150 international journal papers. He has more than 30 years of experiences teaching environmental engineering and management related courses at graduate level at AIT. His professional experiences include: Project Engineer, Asia Division, International Training Center for Water Resources Management, Sophia Antipolis, France, and short term consultant to UNEP Industry and Environment Office, Paris, France. He was coordinating the ADB – AIT – UNEP joint project on 3R – Knowledge Hub from the AIT side.

November 2022

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 14-17 Nov 2022
Time: 9am-5pm CET
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

December 2022

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 19-22 Dec 2022
Time: 9am-5pm EST
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

January 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 16-19 Jan 2023
Time: 9am-5pm Thailand
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

February 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 13-16 Feb 2023
Time: 9am-5pm CET
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

March 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 14-17 Mar 2023
Time: 9am-5pm Australia
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

April 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 17-20 Apr 2023
Time: 9am-5pm CET
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

May 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 22-25 May 2023
Time: 9am-5pm Thailand
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

June 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 20-23 Jun 2023
Time: 9am-5pm EST
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

July 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 10-13 Jul 2023
Time: 9am-5pm CET
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.

August 2023

UF/MF Membrane Filtration (MasterClass) (4-Day) [Brochure]
Date: 21-24 Aug 2023
Time: 9am-5pm India
Language: English
Brochure: [Brochure]
MasterClass
ID: KH0616
Registration Fee:
Member: 1200 US$
Non-Member: 1800 US$
Group (5-Pax): 4500 US$
Premium Member: 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: Module 1 : UF/MF Fundamentals and Membrane Materials
Module 2 : UF/MF Membrane Fabrication, Morphology & Characteristics
Module 3 : UF/MF Membrane Format and Product Options
Module 4 : UF/MF Membrane Process Design and Flux Selection
Module 5 : UF/MF Membrane System Design
Module 6 : UF/MF Commercial Membranes & Suppliers Review
Module 7 : UF/MF Membrane Plant Performance Monitoring & Permeability Trends
Module 8 : UF/MF Membrane Applications in Water & Wastewater Treatment
Module 9 : Fouling & Use of Chemicals in UF/MF Membrane Filtration
Module 10 : Operational Issues of UF/MF Membrane Plant
Module 11 : Troubleshooting of UF/MF Membrane Water Plant
Module 12 : UF/MF Membranes - New Developments, Recent Trends & Future Prospects
Module 13 : Ceramic Membranes: Principles & Manufacturing, Applications & Performance
Module 14 : Commercial Ceramic Membranes Review
Module 15 : Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment: Basics, Technology & Process Design
Module 16 : Review of Leading Commercial MBR Products
Expert: Dr Graeme K Pearce holds a degree in chemistry and a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Oxford, and is the Principal at his own consulting firm, Membrane Consultancy Associates (MCA) founded in 2005. MCA specializes in advice on membrane filtration technology and provides consulting services covering a range of issues including performance review, problem solving, acting as an expert witness, market analysis, strategy review, and technical advice for investors. Graeme has 40 years’ experience in the membrane field having undertaken technology and strategic development roles at BP, Kalsep, and Hydranautics prior to consulting. He is well known in the field of water and membranes through publications including numerous papers and book contributions. He is also the sole author of ‘UF/MF Membrane Water Treatment’, published by TechnoBiz. Graeme has conducted many workshop training sessions, has been a conference chairman and a regular conference session chair, as well as giving numerous keynote lectures and other papers. For further information see www.membraneconsultancy.com.