Brochure online for SEDA Fall Symposium
05 Jul 11 by desalination
The Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA) now has the brochure online for its Fall Symposium, titled Membranes: That’s Where Water is Headed, on 23- 25 November 2011 in Clearwater, Florida.
Participants will be able to take part in eight separate break-out sessions with an emphasis on hands-on training with “show and tell” presentations on membrane autopsies, cartridge filters, pump operation and maintenance, pilot plants, safety equipment, valves and fittings and couplings.
Review of raw water supply, water chemistry, pretreatment, RO technology, energy recovery and concentrate disposal options will be given to afford the attendees the most up-to- date information on the industry.
The brochure, with registration form, can be downloaded from the SEDA website.
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