New Waves July 2011

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Water short course to focus on process water, wastewater and desalination

Water short course to focus on process water, wastewater and desalination The 7th Annual Practical Short Course on Water Issues and Technologies: Process Water, Wastewater and Desalination will be held at Texas A&M University Aug. 7-9. The course is organized by the Food Protein Research and Development Center, in cooperation with the Global Petroleum Research Institute and the Texas Water Resources Institute.

The lectures will cover a wide variety of topics regarding pretreatment, membranes, systems, post treatments, cleaning and sanitizing water systems, according to course organizers. Production personnel will be trained in principles, characteristics and operations of system technologies, costs, case studies, and practical aspects of pretreatment technologies, membrane processes, and post-treatment technologies. For more information visit the course website or email shortcourse@tamu.edu.

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