In 2004, the City completed construction and commissioning of the 40 mgd NF membrane process addition to the City’s 70 mgd WTP. The original membrane elements for the plant were specially developed for the 2004 project by the membrane the membrane manufacturer, Hydranautics, which subsequently became the ESNA LF (low fouling) product line, the industry … Read more
This compliance study considered two parallel processes, a 30 mgd conventional lime softening process and a 40 mgd nanofiltration process, with the products blended at a 1:2 proportion in the finished water. Compliance alternatives also maintained continued compliance with the Disinfectant/Disinfection By-product (D/DBP) Rule.
In 2002, the City of Pompano Beach installed a new 10 mgd nanofiltration membrane treatment plant. Based on raw water quality, replacement membranes were selected to optimize iron rejection while maintaining sufficient hardness to provide a stable finished water. Full-scale manufacturer proof testing was required to demonstrate satisfactory performance.