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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY Summary. CROSS-FLOW PERVAPORATION FOR REMOVAL OF VOCS FROM CONTAMINATED WASTEWATER (EPA/540/SR-94/512)

Citation:

Cate, P., C. Lipski, AND H. Campbell. EMERGING TECHNOLOGY Summary. CROSS-FLOW PERVAPORATION FOR REMOVAL OF VOCS FROM CONTAMINATED WASTEWATER (EPA/540/SR-94/512). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/540/R-94/512 (NTIS 94-170230), 1994.

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Description:

Pervaporation is a membrane technology using & dense, nonporous polymeric film to separate contaminated water from a vacuum source. The membrane preferentially partitions the volatile organic compounds (VOC) organic phase used In this test This process has proven to be an alternative to conventional technologies because it removes VOCs without requiring any pre or post-treatments and Is cost-effective.

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY Summary. CROSS-FLOW PERVAPORATION FOR REMOVAL OF VOCS FROM CONTAMINATED WASTEWATER

Record Details:

Record Type: DOCUMENT (SITE DOCUMENT/SUMMARY)
Product Published Date: 05/01/1994
Record Last Revised: 09/10/2008
OMB Category: Other
Record ID: 129880