Record nummer 2056259
Titel Towards energy self-sufficient water reclamation plants : a R&D literature review on used water treatment technologies
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authors: Lee Yingjie, Tao Guihe, Winson Lay, Lin Li, Kwok Yuan Li, and Kelvin Koh
Auteur(s) Yingjie, L. ; Guihe, T. ; Lay, W. ; Li, L. ; Yuan Li, K. ; Koh, K.
Uitgever [Plaats van uitgave onbekend] : Water Reclamation (Plants) Department
Jaar van uitgave 2013
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Trefwoorden (cab) waterzuivering / slibzuivering / wetenschappelijk onderzoek / energiekosten / singapore
Rubrieken Afvalwaterbehandeling
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) In light of the rising population, energy costs and sludge disposal costs, the “business-as-usual” approach is not sustainable. It is thus essential that urgent research and development of new technologies and strategies be undertaken, in order to find and implement more sustainable solutions. This report serves as a first step towards this goal by providing a comprehensive technology review, analysis of possible WRP designs, as well as a technology roadmap for recommended technologies. It presents the latest developments and discusses future opportunities to increase the process energy efficiency of Singapore’s Water Reclamation Plants (WRP), with complete process energy self-sufficiency being the stretch goal for the future.
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