[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP0775149]
Researchers Dr HH Ngo; Prof S Vigneswaran; Mr A Listowski; Mr P Cullum
Brief description Water resource is limited and has been continuously decreasing. The idea of recycling and reusing of wastewater has been adopted for irrigation, industry and other non-potable uses. In Australia, wastewater reuse is now considered a key strategy for conserving water at national, state and local level. In this study, the proposed treatment unit is to produce a superior effluent quality for water reuse while minimize membrane fouling of the membrane filtration system. Hence, it will benefit water industries globally and communities in Australia. There will be a major export opportunity from Australia to supply efficient, low-cost and sustainable flocculant together with an improved treatment system worldwide.
Funding Amount $170,000
Funding Scheme Linkage Projects