The European Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology (WETSUS), Ghent University (UGENT) and the University of Palermo represented the REvivED water project at the Membranes in the Production of Drinking and Industrial Water (MDIW) Conference, which was was held on 6-8 February 2017 in Leeuwarden (the Netherlands).
The objective of the conference was to give an overview of the most recent developments in membrane technology. This three day event brought together research scientists, engineers, managers and operators from water supply and wastewater treatment companies, industries, government departments, consulting firms, research institutes and universities.
The theme of the conference, membranes in drinking and industrial water production, included the treatment of groundwater, river, lake, sea and filter backwash water as well as industrial and domestic wastewaters with membrane processes i.e. reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration, microfiltration and electrodialysis.
Conference website: https://www.desline.com/congress/Leeuwarden2017/home.html