The main objective of this study is to investigate fouling control for Natural organic matter (NOM) removal using combined hydrogen peroxide-ceramic membranes. NOM rejections in coated membrane were increased compared to that obtained with the uncoated membranes. Hydrogen peroxide addition was effective for membrane surface cleaning and iron oxide regeneration capabilities. Hydrogen peroxide can be used for a self, continuous cleaning in catalytic membrane processes. Iron oxide coating and hydrogen peroxide adding resulted in enhanced the NOM removal and mitigation of organic fouling during drinking water treatment.