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The free technical workshop will present the outcomes of the ENREM demonstration project. This project, supported by the EU-Life program, was conducted by the Berlin Centre of Comptence for Water together with Berliner Wasserbetriebe and Anjou Recherche – Veolia Water. Four invited projects on the use of membrane technologies for decentralised applications will be also presented.


Wednesday 6 June 2007 – Technical Workshop
„Performances and economics of membrane-based concepts for decentralised wastewater treatment“

8.30 - 9.00 h   Registration

9.00-12.00 h   ENREM demonstration project: decentral wastewater scheme with low pressure sewer and advanced biological nutrients removal in MBR

  • Welcome Address
    L.
    Pawlowski, (director of Berlin Centre of Competence for Water, Germany)
  • Context of the ENREM project
    R. Gnirss, (Berliner Wasserbetriebe, Germany)
  • Design parameters and construction of the ENREM demonstration plant
    B. Lesjean, (Berlin Centre of Competence for Water, Germany)
  • Operational issues and process optimisation of containerised MBR plant
    C. Lüdicke, (Berliner Wasserbetriebe, Germany)
  • Results of process for advanced biological nutrients removal in MBR
    M. Vocks, (Berlin Centre of Competence for Water, Germany)
  • Evaluation of concept and outlook
    R. Gnirss, (Berliner Wasserbetriebe, Germany)
  • Discussion

12.00-13.30 h   Lunch

13.30-16.00 h   Four German projects of membrane-based processes for decentral wastewater treatment

  • Semi-decentralized wastewater management with membrane technology and large-scale operation experiences
    T. Zech, (Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology, Stuttgart, Germany)
  • LAGOON-MEMB – a leading-edge concept for economical wastewater handling in rural area
    H. D. Janke, (Gesellschaft für umweltkompatible Prozeßtechnik mbH i.L., Saarbrücken, Germany)
  • Innovative decentralised wastewater treatment concepts
    Dr. M. Wade, (TTZ-Bremerhaven, Germany)
  • Overview of domestic MBR plants for decentralised wastewater treatment in Germany
    Dr. E. Dorgeloh,
    (PIA / RWTH-Aachen, Germany)
  • Conclusion and closure address
    L. Pawlowski, (Berlin Centre of Competence for Water, Germany)

16.00-18.00 h   Technical tour: Margaretenhöhe MBR demonstration plant (sponsored by Berliner Wasserbetriebe)