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34 - Industrial Water Reuse Systems

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What is the aim of UN Sustainable Development Goal 6?

Question 3 of 6 Advanced

If membrane integrity has been compromised, how can it be detected ?

Question 4 of 6 Advanced

What is crucial to ensure optimal filtration?

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

Question 6 of 6 Advanced

Which one of the below is used to perform a basic clean of RO membranes?

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Q: What is the aim of UN Sustainable Development Goal 6?
A: To make water available for all
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Q: How would you categorise the food and beverage industry?
A: An industry with primarily organic content loads
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Q: If membrane integrity has been compromised, how can it be detected ?
A: Permeate conductivity increases
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Q: What is crucial to ensure optimal filtration?
A: Constant flow
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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: Which one of the below is used to perform a basic clean of RO membranes?
A: Forward flush