Ceramic membranes for produced water treatment ///

In the Western US, development of unconventional oil and gas resources is increasing, generating large volumes of water—over 200 million gal/day.1 This water, if treated to appropriate water quality standards, could be used for beneficial purposes to augment conventional water supplies, including stream flow augmentation, irrigation, municipal uses and industrial uses.

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