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Polyazacrown-based Materials for Mercury Capture
Executive Summary Coal burning plants emit significant amounts of mercury to the environment, which is harmful to humans. A variety of processes are currently used to mitigate mercury emissions, but there is a need for more effective approaches. MSU researchers have developed a new polymer and method of synthesis for binding to mercury ions and removing...
Composite Polymer Membranes Containing Mesoporous Metal Oxide Additives
Executive SummaryThe world is facing a shortage of clean and safe water, and membrane filtration is a widely used industrial application to transform non-potable into potable water. MSU researchers have developed novel high flux, compaction-resistant and durable polymer composite membranes for sustainable, cost-effective drinking water purification...
Efficient Hydrocyclone for Liquid-Liquid Separation
Executive SummaryDue to environmental concerns, discharge of water from oil and gas industries is required to maintain oil levels between 10 – 30 ppm. Complying with these standards leads to significant expenses for the industry. A new hydrocyclone design developed at MSU makes it possible to exceed these requirements while being much more cost-effective...
Dual Affinity Membrane Hydrocyclone for Simultaneous Water Purification and Oil Recovery from Produced Water
Introduction A large amount of contaminated waste water is generated from wellheads at offshore platforms during oil and gas productions. These heavily oil-contaminated waters cannot be discharged directly back into the environment and are currently purified by a number of expensive separation techniques. Effective separation of waste water into...
Waste Water Remediation
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