Membrane filtration has been growing in the Commonwealth of Kentucky over the last few years. It is a process that can be used in both drinking water and wastewater treatment. For the most part, membranes in Kentucky have been used for drinking water.
Below is a video that will take you through a 40-MGD membrane plant. I found it to be informative since you will be able to hear and see the whole process, which will help many people understand how it works. The video will discuss the four types of membrane filtration (Micro, Ultra, Nano and Reverse Osmosis) and the difference between each. The video will also cover good general information on water treatment.
I hope you find this video very informative as I did. It should help more people understand this newer technology.