Biological Filtration for Drinking Water Treatment

Type: On-Demand Video
An ESTCP-funded membrane biofilm reactor (MBfR) system for the treatment of perchlorate in drinking water.

An ESTCP-funded membrane biofilm reactor (MBfR) system for the treatment of perchlorate in drinking water.

This on-demand video, presented by the Water Research Foundation in July 2009, covers the use of biological filtration and focuses on the engineering and operation of such filters from a national perspective. The presentation highlights results from two ESTCP-funded projects, ER-200541 and ER-200544, showing survey results on the barriers to the acceptance and use of biological drinking water treatment and anaerobic applications for biological filtration, respectively.
 
The archived on-demand video, with audio, can be viewed by clicking on the following links:

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