LIFE-TRANSFOMEM project has participated in the International Desalination Association World Congress 2015

The conference was held from August 30 to September 4 in San Diego , California.
 

LIFE-TRANSFOMEM project has participated in the International Desalination Association World Congress 2015, held in San Diego (California).

Raquel García Pacheco, who belongs to the research team in the LIFE-TRANSFOMEM project, participated with an oral presentation entitled "Transformation of end-of-life RO membrane into recycled NF and UF membranes, surface characterization".

Since its first Congress in 1987, the IDA World Congress has been recognized as the premier global event in the desalination and water reuse industry.  The Congress offers exceptional opportunities to expand your knowledge of current and emerging desalination and water reuse technologies.  Participants include end users (utilities), researchers, consultants, academia and manufacturers and suppliers of complete systems and components (inclusive of chemicals and materials). It is held every two years and typically attracts 1,500 delegates world-wide.

Published On: September 10, 2015

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