Determining Operating Costs For Arsenic Adsorption Systems By James J. Pardini, P.E., Isolux Technologies Division, MEL Chemicals, Inc.
Choosing a technology for arsenic removal from groundwater used as a drinking water source can be a difficult and time-consuming process. Integral to that process is an accurate determination of the technology’s real operating cost.
UV Primer For Inactivating Cryptosporidium By Calgon Carbon Corporation
The disinfection of pathogenic microbes in drinking water has been successful over the last century, largely due to the use of chlorination. However, research conducted in the 1970s revealed that byproducts (DBPs) formed during the chlorination process are potentially carcinogenic. A void was created for water treatment technologies that inactivate protozoa and viruses, don't create DBPs, and are economically feasible.
Turbidity: 'A Quantum Leap In Technology' By Randy Turner, Technical Director, Swan Analytical USA
Turbidity is a principal physical characteristic of water and is an expression of the optical property that causes light to be scattered and absorbed by particles and molecules rather than transmitted in straight lines through a water sample.
Water professionals are continually faced with a wide range of management, treatment, and operations challenges. AWWA recognizes the increasing challenges facing water professionals, including increasing regulatory demands, replacing deteriorating infrastructure, and maintaining financially sound operations. ACE13 will provide the solutions you seek.
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Hampton Roads Sanitation District was created in 1940 to reduce pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. It currently serves a population of approximately 1.6 million, with nine regional wastewater treatment plants in Hampton Roads and four smaller plants on Virginia's Middle Peninsula.