A membrane-type sewage treatment plant is a type of wastewater treatment system that uses membrane filtration technology to remove contaminants from sewage. This technology uses semipermeable membranes to filter out suspended solids, organic matter, and pathogens from the wastewater.
Sewage undergoes a screening process to remove larger particles, followed by filtration through membranes with tiny pores that trap contaminants and suspended solids, after which the filtered water is disinfected with UV radiation or chemicals before being released into the environment. They are used to treat wastewater in limited resources and in industries such as food processing, pharmaceuticals, and electronics manufacturing to treat their wastewater