EDS announces 2014 desalination Master Courses

Jan. 13, 2014

ROME — The courses will take place throughout the year, covering a variety of topics in desalination.

ROME — The European Desalination Society (EDS) has announced its 2014 desalination Master Courses, according to an article by D&WR.

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The first in the series of six events is a three-day course led by Dr. Mark Wilf in Rome, March 3-5, on "Membrane Technology, Process & System Design," the article reported.

Also offered in Italy are "Ion-Exchange Membrane Processes: The Principle and Practical Applications," led by Heiner Strathmann on March 24-27; and "Pretreatment, Membrane Fouling and Scaling," led by Jan Schippers on March 31-April 3, noted the article.

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According to the article, other upcoming events in the series are "Water Treatment for Hydraulic Fracturing" led by John Walsh in Limassol, Cyprus on May 10-11; "How to Correct the Biggest BWRO and SWRO Problems" led by David H. Paul in Limassol on May 10; and "Desalination with Solar Energy" led by Julián Blanco, Diego-César Alarcón-Padilla and Guillermo Zaragoza in Almeria, Spain on June 11-13.

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