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    Does anyone know which type of filters should use to remove bacteria from wastewater.

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    • Neddy 6 years ago

      Hello Misho, The great diffictulty in filtering bacteria is the micro filters can only handle a small volume of fluid, if you are treating waste water this is not practical, to eliminate bacteris you should be considering steralisation by the use of a halogen such as chlorine , bromine of preferably using ozone. UV is another alternative to destroying bacteria, Micro filters will clog very quickly and be extremly costly. You can achieve a very low plate count with steralisation , Happy tyo give further advice if required. Kevin Murphy Advanced Algal Technologies Limited Australia

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