PERDC Separation Sciences research activities are continuously evolving to fit stakeholder needs. Research and development activities include; modification of commercial membranes to make them suitable for non-aqueous applications. Research activities also include efforts in continuing the development of analytical and instrumental methods for the evaluation of membrane performance, structure and chemistry in non-aqueous systems. Membrane based processing techniques to improve productivity, reduce energy consumption and reduce waste. As well as application of Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration to waste water treatment, for food processing and chemical processing. Other efforts focus on recovery and concentration of nutraceuticals/functional foods, phytochemicals and other minor components.
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