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Innovation in Water: Singapore, June 2011 - July 2012

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Innovation in Water: Singapore, June 2011 - July 2012

Innovation in Water: Singapore, June 2011 - July 2012
R&D PUB | 2012 | ISBN: n/a | 120 pages | PDF | 21 MB

This is an R&D book which showcases a selection of projects covering Intelligent Watershed Management, Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Water Quality and Security, Network Management and Membrane Technology. Some of these projects are conducted in-house while others are test-bedding projects held in our facilities for performance check.

The projects also range from laboratory-scale systems to demonstration plants.

11 June Contents
Introduction
3 Message from the Executive Director
Editorial
4 Singapore water research and development for a sustainable
water supply and the environment
Feature
8 Membrane bioreactors
A cleaner, more energy efficient and cost-effective way to
recycle Singapore’s water
Research Highlights
Intelligent Watershed Management
14 Forecasting reservoir water quality
15 Keeping water safe to drink
16 On-the-spot reporters of stream health
Membrane Technology
18 Less fouling filtration
19 Giving oil the slip
20 Making every drop count
Network Management
22 Lighting the way to better water quality
23 Sensing water distribution problems
24 Metering water flow and sediment load
Wastewater Treatment
26 Fresher air for Singapore’s wastewater treatment
27 Reclaiming water more sustainably
28 A sound solution for waste reduction
Water Quality and Security
30 Intercepting pathogens in transit
31 Boosting surveillance of waterborne pathogens
32 Delivering better-tasting tap water
Water Treatment
34 Halving desalination’s energy demand
35 Tapping the city streets
36 Cleaner water from multifunctional membranes
37 Collaborating institutions and organisations

12 March Contents
Introduction
3 Message from the Executive Director
Editorial
4 Innovation in action: Singapore’s water management strategies
Feature
8 Shoring up a sustainable water supply
Research Highlights
Intelligent Watershed Management
14 Managing multi-purpose reservoir networks
15 Monitoring water quality: Eye on the storm
16 Detoxified water made cheaper
Membrane Technology
18 Reverse osmosis membrane cleaning goes online
19 Fine filtering with ceramic membranes
20 Deriving clean energy from salt water
Network Management
22 Keeping cool while saving water
23 Smarter maps for better water planning
24 Advanced approaches to water treatment
Used Water Treatment
26 Improving energy-saving nutrient removal
27 Recycling industrial used water
28 Sensing troublesome toxins
Water Quality and Security
30 Emulating the tongue to screen water quality
31 Beating the biofoulants
32 Spotting nanoparticles in Singapore’s water
Water Treatment
34 A radical solution to clean drinking water
35 Counting up the savings
36 Better water quality at a lower price
PUB, Singapore’s national water agency 37 Water research institutions and organisations

12 July Contents
Introduction
3 Message from the Executive Director
Editorial
4 Driving innovation: Singapore’s ‘hydrohub’ for water
resources research
Feature
6 Searching for a more cost-effective desalination solution
People in Water Research
9 Tan Gee Paw, Chairman of PUB Singapore
Facilities Focus
10 Testing the waters
Research Highlights
Intelligent Watershed Management
14 Bringing musty bacteria to light
15 Healthy wetlands, cleaner water
16 Keeping a closer watch on the weather
Membrane Technology
18 Mimicking nature’s water filters
19 Maximising membrane strength
20 Gaining finer control of water treatment
Network Management
22 Getting smarter about residential water
23 Keeping a watchful eye on water quality
24 Probing the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System
Used Water Treatment
26 Putting the power of used water to work
27 Extracting energy from unlikely places
28 Computer modelling of grease traps
Water Quality and Security
30 Capturing pathogens in a tailor-made trap
31 Fish sentinels of Singapore’s water supply
32 Rapidly identifying water-borne pathogens
Water Treatment
34 Fish reveal their desalination secrets
35 An ‘all-natural’ approach to desalination
36 Virtual waterworks for real improvements
37 Water research institutions and organisations
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Innovation in Water: Singapore, June 2011 - July 2012