An Integrated Project Funded by the European Commission under the Sustainable Development, Global Change and Ecosystems Thematic Priority Area.
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Contract Number: 018320
Project Cordinator: Dr. Theo van den Hoven KIWA Water Research
Project Duration: 1st January 2006 to 31st December 2010

Workarea 2 - Treatment

Deliverable

Title

D 2.1.2

State of the art report on RO desalination
Desalination 216(2007)1-76, www.desline.com

D 2.1.2b

New prototype pre-filter for seawater RO
Protocol for bench-scale testing

D 2.1.3-6

Pre-filtration for SWRO-membranes
Comparison of cartridge filters and a novel pre-filter design

D 2.2.1

Fundamental process design principles for the OBM, including cost assessment

D 2.2.2

Report on assessment of the process performance including assessment of the OBM process as a barrier
Executive Summary

D 2.2.3

Comparison of polymeric and ceramic membrane filtration for particles removal in the OBM
Executive Summary

D 2.2.4

Comparison of different oxidation processes for the OBM
Executive Summary

D 2.3.1.1

Verliefde et al. (2006): A Semi-Quantitative Method for Prediction of the Rejection of Uncharged Organic Micropollutants with Nanofiltration
in: Water Practice & Technology 1 (Volume 4): doi10.2166/wpt.2006.084 http://www.iwaponline.com/wpt/001/wpt0010084.htm

D 2.3.1.2

Cornelissen et al., A nanofiltration retention model for trace contaminants in drinking water sources, Desalination 2005, www.desline.com

D 2.3.1.3

Verliefde et al. (2007). Influence of electrostatic interactions on the rejection with NF and assessment of the removal efficiency during NF/GAC treatment of pharmeuctically active compounds from surface water. Water Research, 41 (15), p.3227-3240 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2007.05.022

D2.3.1.4

Hybrid models for predicting rejection of micropollutants by NF and RO membranes

D 2.3.2

Coagulation Pre-Treatment for Microfiltration with Ceramic Membranes

D 2.3.2.1

Ceramic micro filtration as the first treatment step in surface water treatment

D 2.3.2.2

Interim Report
Removal of particulate matter by ceramic membranes during surface water treatment
Executive summary

D 2.3.2.3

Super ground PAC in combination with Ceramic Micro-filtration
Executive summary

D 2.3.2.3b

Super ground PAC in combination with Ceramic Microfiltration II Techneau
Executive summary

D 2.3.2.4

Comparison of ceramic and polymeric membrane permeability and fouling by surface water Executive Summary

D 2.3.2.6

Combination of Fenton oxidation process and ceramic nanofiltration
Efficiency during groundwater treatment in Waalwijk plant
Executive summary

D 2.3.2.7

Removal of phages and nanoparticles by ceramic membranes
Executive summary

D 2.3.2.8

Optimization of coagulation for submerged ceramic microfiltration
Executive Summary

D 2.3.2.9

Effect of water type and pretreatment on fouling and performance of an Al2O3 microfiltration membrane
Executive Summary

D 2.3.3.1

Treatment of trace organics in membrane concentrate

D 2.3.3.5a

Ceramic membranes
Case related protocol for optimal operational conditions to treat filter backwash water
Executive summary

D 2.3.3.5b

Ceramic membrane applications for spent filter backwash water treatment
Executive summary

D 2.4.1.1

UV disinfection and UV/H2O2 oxidation: by-product formation and control
Executive summary

D 2.4.1.2b

Degradation of priority compounds by UV and UV-oxidation
Advanced oxidation processes

D 2.4.1.2/3

Fenton process for Contaminant Control
Investigation of OH radical formation with two water types
Executive summary

D 2.4.1.5

Assessment of the UV/TiO2 oxidation process
Executive summary

D 2.4.1.6

Effect of UV/TiO2 in combination with different oxidants on NOM removal
Executive summary

D 2.4.1.7

Performance of the UV/TiO2 photocatalytic oxidation process for micro-pollutants removal in drinking water
Executive summary

D 2.4.2.1

Reactions of chlorine with inorganic and organic compounds during water treatment - Kinetics and mechanisms: A critical review

D 2.4.2.3

Side by side comparison of ozonation and advanced oxidation processes in various waters and assessment of oxidation efficiency
Executive summary

D 2.4.2.5

Modeling Micropollutant Removal by Ozonation and Chlorination in Potable Water Treatment
Experimental Report

D 2.4.2.6

Modelling of micropollutant removal by ozonation and chlorination in potable water treatment
Bibliographic Report
Executive summary

D 2.4.2.7

Critical review of literature for rate constants for reaction of chemical oxidants with inorganic and organic pollutants

D 2.4.2.8/9

Modelling ozonation processes for disinfection by-product control in potable Water Treatment
Final Report

D 2.5.3

International Market Survey on Membrane-Based Products for Decentralised Water Supply
Executive summary

D 2.5.4

Decentralised Water Supply and Membrane Processes
Workshop

D 2.5.5

Preparation of the Demonstration Study of Compact Units for Decentralised Supply

D 2.5.9

Scaled-up trials with a gravitydriven ultrafiltration unit in France

D 2.5.11

Decentralised Water Supply: International Networks and Techneau Activities
Workshop - Short abstract

D 2.5.12

Scaled-up trials with gravity-driven ultrafiltration unit in South Africa

D 2.5.13

Development of UV-LED Disinfection