Ro Reject Water Treatment Plant

RO REJECT WATER TREATMENT PLANT| INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL

 

Typical recycling, reuse and process water systems use Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology as the method of decreasing the level of ions in process water. RO recovery rates normally range from 50-75%, therefore 25-50% of the RO feed water is discharged as wastewater. With the increasing cost of water and waste discharge, more companies are looking to recover and reuse RO reject water.

With the right membrane filtration (MF) system between the RO-RO sequences it is possible to extend the recovery rate beyond 95%, even though the TDS concentration in the initial RO reject may be in excess of 45,000 mgl-1. Rather than moving to an entirely new desalination system, it can therefore be advantageous to simply add a second RO stage, with prefiltration, as a retrofit.

 

Types of Ro Reject Water Treatment Plants:

 

 

Ro Reject Water Treatment By Brakish Water Ro Plant

Reverse osmosis systems with the right membrane filtration (MF) system between the RO-RO sequence it is possible to extend the recovery rate beyond 95%.

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Ro Reject Water Treatment By Sea Water Ro Plant

Reverse osmosis systems with the right membrane filtration (MF) system between the RO-RO sequences it is possible to extend the recovery rate beyond 95%, even though the TDS concentrations in the initial RO reject may be in excess of 45,000 mgl-1.

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Ro Reject Water Treatment By Nano Filtration

Reverse osmosis systems with nano filtration (NF) system between the RO-NF sequence it is possible to make water up to drinking.

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Cost Of Ro Reject Water Treatment Systems

The cost of each system depends on so many factors:

- Water Quality.

- Application.

- Required flow rate.