The tertiary treatment of resulting water from a conventional biological treatment process is envisaged in the aim to obtain a high quality of water that can be reused for different purposes. This treatment is based on the integration of the membrane-based technologies in the total process of wastewater treatment. The experimental studies are carried out on a small pilot, equipped with different mineral membranes of micro and ultrafiltration. These membranes are used for the different tested processes (MF, MF-UF and cogulation-MF). The results obtained make it possible to attend a complete elimination of the total flora and an additional reduction of the other parameters such as turbidity, suspended matter, COD and BOD. Tests on a large scale are then carried out on a semi-industrial pilot, equipped with the same type of membranes. The optimization of the operating conditions made allow the obtaining under the conditions of transmembrane pressure 0.85 bar, a cross flow velocity of 2.25m/s and with ambient temperature a filtrate flux of about 200 L/hm 2. The coupling of a stage of coagulation in the membrane process allows the reduction of the effect of the membrane fouling and an improvement of 36% of the filtrate flux.