AWA to hold membrane fouling master class
31 Jul 12 by desalination
Membrane fouling is to be the subject of a master class to be held by the Australian Water Association (AWA) in November 2012.
The AWA, which is an affiliate of the International Desalination Association, is bringing together industry leaders in a high-level intensive class in Sydney on 7‑8 November 2012, designed to solve water-treatment membrane fouling problems.
Among those lecturing will be: Tony Fane and Pierre Le Clech from the University of New South Wales; Hiep Le of Osmoflo; Mariam Darestani from Sydney University; and Sophie Leterme of Flinders University; plus a selection of other industry specialists.
Full program and online registration available on the AWA website. Places are limited so early registration is advised.
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