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34 - The Industrial Water Reuse Course

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Why are many industries conservative in their approach to water reuse?

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What is the most common contaminant for industry segments contending with inorganic wastewater?

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What is crucial to ensure optimal filtration?

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What is the pore size of the ultrafiltration membrane technology?

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What is not essential information when you are designing a suitable water reuse process?

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Q: How would you categorise the food and beverage industry?
A: An industry with primary inorganic content loads
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Q: Why are many industries conservative in their approach to water reuse?
A: They are concerned about whether the technology works
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Q: What is the most common contaminant for industry segments contending with inorganic wastewater?
A: Salt
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Q: What is crucial to ensure optimal filtration?
A: Constant flow
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Q: What is the pore size of the ultrafiltration membrane technology?
A: 0.01 micrometers
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Q: What is not essential information when you are designing a suitable water reuse process?
A: Understanding the water intake