Before starting his master study at Delft University of Technology, Amir Haidari studied Civil Engineering at Hogeschool van Amsterdam.

He graduated in 2011 at the Sanitary Engineering section of Delft University of Technology. Amir used a combination of ion exchange, reverse osmosis and Eutectic Freeze Crystallization (EFC) to achieve "Zero Liquid Discharges (ZLD)". Reverse Osmosis (RO) membrane is used to treat the groundwater and the produced concentrate from reverse osmosis is fed to EFC. EFC is applied as the last treatment step to eliminate the high concentrated brine into pure ice and pure salts.

Since 2011, he started to work on another membrane-related study called "OSMF". The final aim of this project is to use the membranes as the only step for producing potable water.

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Coordinator of Professional Design Engineering for the Sanitary Engineering Department, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft university of Technology.


MSc, Sanitary Engineering, Delft University of Technology


Civil Engineering and Geosciences

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