International Journal of Membrane Science and Technology
(Volume 9 - Special Issue)
Treatment of Barbital and Triazine from the Surface Water Using a Reverse Osmosis (RO) Process Containing SW-40-HRLE-400-Polyamide Membrane membrane
Pages 77-89

Delia Teresa Sponza

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15379/2410-1869.2022.08


Published: 09 October 2022

Abstract

In this study, barbital and triazone samples taken from surface water located in Manisa-İzmir Turkey were treated using a RO membrane reactor process. No significant effect of feed pressure on permeate flow rate was detected. An increase in barbital and triazone concentration did not significantly vary the permeate flow rate. No significant variations of barbital and triazone rejections were detected versus feed increasing pressure at constant barbital and triazone concentrations, and no significant effects of temperature increase on the rejections of barbital and triazone were detected. The effect of increasing feed pressure did not significantly correlate with e-water recovery (rejection) from the permeate and pollutant recoveries from the retentate. The total cost was calculated as Euros 0,306 to treat 1 m3 surface water from barbital and triazone.

Keywords

Barbital, Triazine, Reverse osmosis, Surface water.

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