Water Supply Development, Aquifer Storage, and Concentrate Disposal for Membrane Water Treatment Facilities

Methods in Water Resources Evaluation: Book 1


Authors

Thomas M. Missimer
with contributions by
Ian C. Watson, Tom Pankratz, Robert G. Maliva

Overview

Water Supply Development, Aquifer Storage, and Concentrate Disposal for Membrane Water Treatment Facilities addresses methods to develop raw water supplies that have constant water chemistry and to reduce the concentrations of potential foulants that cause pretreatment processes to be added to plant design. Evaluation and design of water supplies for all membrane processes using both surface-water sources and groundwater sources are covered. Discussions also include concentrate disposal and its effect on facility design as well as aquifer storage and recovery used to improve facility operational efficiency.

This book is the first in the series Methods in Water Resources Evaluation.  For information on the second book, please click here.

Table of Contents

  • Water Supply Needs and Changing Technology
  • The Membrane Water Treatment Process and Water
  • Surface Water as a Feedwater Source
  • Groundwater as a Feedwater Source
  • Improvement of Membrane Treatment Plant Efficiency Using Aquifer Storage and Recovery
  • Concentrate Water Disposal
  • Case Histories: Membrane Feedwater Wellfields

Awards

In 2009, this book received an Award of Excellence from the Society of Technical Communication.

Purchase

The book is available for purchase from Direct Resources