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US water resource centres use Zenon technology Zenon Environmental Inc’s ZeeWeed technology is being used in what the company claims is its largest project to date for wastewater treatment in the USA. It involves expanding the Gwinnett County F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center in Georgia. Zenon, which is based in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, originally announced during January 2003 that it had received a letter of intent to provide its membrane technology to treat over 150 million litres of wastewater per day. By the end of 2005, Gwinnett County is expected to have the largest tertiary treatment facility in the country that is based on ZeeWeed membranes. The existing plant is a water reclamation facility that currently treats about 75 million litres of wastewater per day, and is based on a traditional approach to wastewater treatment. Adam Minchey, director, engineering and construction for Gwinnett County, says that although the plant is meeting all current standards, the decision to adopt ZeeWeed technology was made because of its performance and cost effectiveness, in addition to the fact that membranes provide potential benefits for future improvements to processes. Currently, a portion of the treated effluent is being used for landscape irrigation, while the remainder is discharged directly to the Chattahoochee River, downstream of Lake Lanier, a source of drinking water. Eventually, Gwinnett County plans to discharge the treated effluent directly to Lake Lanier. Two other Georgia communities have also made the decision to use membranes for wastewater treatment. The City of Woodstock Rubes Creek Water Reclamation Facility has been incurring significant fines for not meeting existing permit requirements for the quality of effluent that is being discharged into Rubes Creek. It currently uses a non-membrane system to treat 1.9 million litres of wastewater per day, but the city council decided to retrofit and expand the plant to one
that uses a ZeeWeed membrane system which will treat 5.7 million litres per day. The project is set for completion by the end of 2003. The Pooler Wastewater Treatment Facility in Pooler, also in Georgia, currently treats about 3.8 million litres per day. A decision has been made to build a new, larger plant, because of growth in the area. The new facility, which will use membranes, will treat around 9.5 million litres of wastewater per day. The plant is expected to be complete by September 2004. Contact: Zenon Environmental Inc, 3239 Dundas Street West, Oakville, Ontario L6J 4Z3, Canada. Tel: +1 905 465 3030, Fax: +1 905 465 3050.
Mykrolis unveils membrane contactor and filter In the USA, Mykrolis Corp has introduced the pHasor II membrane contactor. It also recently displayed its Intercept HP cartridge filter at the Semicon West trade show held in San Francisco during July 2003. The supplier of components and sub-systems to the semiconductor industry describes pHasor II as a device for delivering bubble-free dissolved gas in high purity chemicals, or water, for semiconductor manufacturing applications. A similar membrane contactor device is used for a water-reclamation system developed for the International Space Station. Designed for ozone-generating applications used in wafer-cleaning processes, the contactor uses a gaspermeable membrane made using patented hollow fibre technology. This design ensures that gas rapidly dissolves in a liquid stream, but it prevents liquid water from permeating the membrane. Mykrolis’s Intercept filter is designed for particle removal in critical process chemistries used in semiconductor manufacturing. It consists of a patented hydrophilic membrane that improves particle retention without compromising flow rates or triggering pressure
drops, says the company. The membrane is made of high flow, ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene to reduce the potential for microbubbles and to improve bath quality. Rated at 0.03 µm, Intercept is ideal for dilute hydrofluoric acid processes, although it can also be used for several other wet-process applications. It is available in retention ratings of 0.05 µm, 0.1 µm and 0.2 µm. Contact: Craig Lazinsky, Mykrolis Corp, 129 Concord Road, Billerica, MA 01821, USA. Tel: +1 978 436 6500, Email: [email protected]
H2O Innovation and MMI sign contract In Canada, H2O Innovation and Métallurgie Magnola Inc (MMI) have signed a contract worth over C$1 million. H2O Innovation says that the contract will see it designing, manufacturing and installing a reverse osmosis water treatment system that will be used to filter residual water. The system has a minimum production capacity of 1320 m3 per day. The company previously sold a system to MMI to demineralize water that is used to cool electrodes during the production of magnesium. It also carried out, during January 2002, a piloting project in order to validate a new membrane filtration system for future largescale purposes. Contact: H2O Innovation (2000) Inc, 420 Boul. Charest Est, Suite 240, Québec, QC, Canada G1K 8M4. Tel: +1 418 688 0170, Fax: +1 418 688 9259.
Millipore’s revenue grows by 12% For the second quarter ended 30 June 2003, Millipore Corp posted sales of US$196 million – up 12% compared with the corresponding period of 2002. Sales growth in local currencies was 3%, while second-quarter earnings
Membrane Technology September 2003
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Wichita State University Computer Loan Agreement is a loan agreement format for a laptop or computer for the Wichita State University. It is used when a laptop or computer is being lent to a student studying in Wichita State University.

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The agreement mentions the terms and conditions of the lending. It must also mention the state for the computer or laptop being lent. If any extras are being lent with the laptop or computer that must be mentioned as well. These extras can include a battery charger, mouse, keyboard etc.


The form for the computer loan agreement is by the Wichita State University- Athletic Student Services office. It requires the name of the person who would be loaning the computer or laptop along with the laptop label number. The first paragraph also requires a timing as to when the laptop or computer would be returned. If the computer or laptop is not returned within a week of that date the the student would be charged 25$ per week.

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The form is an acknowledgement by the student that once the laptop or computer is in their possession it is their responsibility. Any damage or repairs that the laptop or computer may need will be paid for by the student. The student will exercise care while using the laptop or computer and in case there are any damages to the computer or laptop on return, the student will be billed for the replacement costs as well. The above condition would obviously exclude normal wear and tear and repairs which are covered by warranty. The form also provides provisions in case the laptop or computer is stolen while in possession of the student. The university has the right to put a hold on the students account and prevent them from registering in future classes as well in case the laptop or computer is not returned or if the replacement costs are not paid.

The final section of the form requires the signature of the student and the signature of the person representing Athletic Student Services along with the date on which the form is signed.