Call for Papers for the International Desalination Association’s Conference

The Call for Papers for the International Desalination Association’s International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling “Turning Vision into Reality” is open through March 31. The conference, which takes place September 25-27, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditeranée in Nice, France, covers leading edge strategies and technology for advanced municipal and industrial water reuse programs.

Pre-conference workshops Repairing Entrenched, Incised, and Degraded (Urbanized) Streams – Techniques and Case Studies Monday August 28, 2017 and BMP Selection to Improve Your Watershed Monday August 28, 2017. You may register for these without also registering for the annual conference. Download the StormCon Conference Program here.

The International Desalination Association invites papers in the following subject areas reflecting the achievements and future challenges in the field of water reuse.

Cutting Edge Technologies for Water Reuse

· Forward Osmosis Application in Water Reuse

· Membrane Distillation in Water Reuse and Recycling

· MBR Advances for Reuse Applications

· Nanofiltration Membranes for Water Reclamation

· Selective Ion Exchange Membranes for Enhanced Water Reuse and Zero Liquid Discharge

· Innovative Brine Treatment and Zero Liquid Discharge

· Ceramic Membranes in Water Treatment

· Controlling Membrane Fouling in Water Reuse

· UF/MF Advances for Reuse Applications

· Evaluation of Full-Scale Membrane Bioreactor

· Membrane Aging During Water Treatment and Recycling

Direct and Indirect Potable Reuse (DPR, IPR)

· Evaluating the Benefits and Challenges for Potable Reuse

· Public Private Partnerships Case Studies

· Regulatory Frameworks for Potable Reuse

· Direct Portable Reuse Practices and Implementation

· Indirect Potable Reuse for Drinking Water Supply Augmentation

· Advances in Portable Reuse Treatment

· Development of Sustainable Urban Water Systems for the Future

Non-Potable and Agricultural Water Reuse: Challenges and Successes

· Regulatory Incentives for Non-Portable Reuse

· Maximizing Water Reuse Potential in Urban Environment

· Successful Application of Water Reuse in Agriculture

· Agricultural Drainage: Challenges and Solutions

· Energy Efficiency and Use of Renewable Energy Case Studies

Industrial Water Reuse and Recycling

· Technical Advances and Innovation in Industrial Reuse and Recycling

· Success Stories for Industrial Reuse and Recycling

· Water Reuse in the Oil and Gas Industry

· Recycling in the Pulp and Paper Industry

· Solutions in the Power and Mining Industries

Water Quality Monitoring and Control

· Process Control System Design and Optimization Strategies

· Analyzers and Instruments: Inline and Laboratory

· Flow and Sampling Data Collection and Analysis

· Monitoring of Emerging Pollutants

· Removal Efficiency and Integrity Monitoring Techniques

Advanced Technologies for Joint Desalination and Water Reuse

· Use of Osmotic Power/PRO

· Mega-ton Project

· Uses of Pretreated Waste Water to Improve Thermal Processes

· Materials and Mineral Recovery for Zero Liquid Discharge

· Direct Osmosis Membrane Cleaning for Seawater and Reuse

For further details about the topics and submission process, visit http://idadesal.org/water-reuse-conference/call-for-papers/ Please direct all inquiries regarding the Conference Technical Program to Ms. Darlene Seta at conferences@idadesal.org Please write “IDA 16CF-NICE Conference” in the subject line of the inquiry.

About IDA
The International Desalination Association (www.idadesal.org) is the point of connection for the global desalination and water reuse community. A non-profit association, IDA serves more than 2,600 core members in 60 countries and reaches an additional 4,000 affiliate members. Its membership comprises scientists, end-users, engineers, consultants and researchers from governments, corporations and academia. IDA is associated with the United Nations as part of a growing international network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs).WE_bug_web

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