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Calgon Carbon: Your Needs, Our Solutions As a global leader and innovator in purification technologies for water and air, Calgon Carbon Corporation offers environmental solutions for virtually any municipality, company or organization. Our team of experienced industry experts is prepared to deliver efficient, cost-effective technologies to meet any specific challenge and find your perfect solution.

 
Calgon Carbon Corporate Overview   GAC Solution For Ohio's Most Challenging Water   Calgon Carbon Gila Bend Plant Grand Opening Ceremony
Calgon Carbon Corporate Overview   GAC Solution For Ohio's Most Challenging Water   Calgon Carbon Gila Bend Plant Grand Opening Ceremony

CALGON CARBON CORPORATION PRODUCTS

C<sup>3</sup>500&trade;D Ultraviolet Disinfection System

C3500™D Ultraviolet Disinfection System

The C3500™D open channel series is an advanced, cost effective solution for the ultraviolet (UV) disinfection of wastewater using high powered (500W), low-pressure lamps.
FILTRASORB&reg; 300

FILTRASORB® 300

FILTRASORB® 300 is a high activity activated carbon used for water and wastewater treatment applications. This product is manufactured from select grades of bituminous coal, which is pulverized, reagglomerated with a suitable binder, activated and screened to an 8x30 U.S. Sieve particle size distribution

MTBE Removal/Destruction

MTBE Removal/Destruction

The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 brought methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE) into our gas tanks to help reduce smog in our air
<B>Drinking Water / Potable Water</b>

Drinking Water / Potable Water

Through advanced technologies in carbon adsorption, ultraviolet light disinfection, and ion exchange separation, Calgon Carbon provides a wide ranges of solutions to both long-standing and emerging challenges in the purification of municipal drinking water
FILTRASORB&reg; 100

FILTRASORB® 100

FILTRASORB 100 is a granular activated carbon developed by Calgon Carbon Corporation for the removal of dissolved organic compounds from water and wastewater as well as industrial and food processing streams.

Support

Support

Every air and water purification system presents its own unique set of challenges. That's why it pays to work with the best. When you team up with Calgon Carbon, you can draw on the resources of the industry's largest research and development capability
Activated Carbon and UV Oxidation

Activated Carbon and UV Oxidation

Our combined technologies of activated carbon and UV oxidation provide effective solutions for taste and odor removal

<B>Remediation</B>

Remediation

With a broad line of activated carbon products and services, and advanced technologies in carbon adsorption, ultraviolet light, and ion exchange separation, Calgon Carbon provides a wide range of solutions to remediation challenges in groundwater treatment

Hydrogen Sulfide Removal

Hydrogen Sulfide Removal

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is well known for its characteristic "rotten egg" odor in groundwater. While there are many technologies available to handle groundwater contamination due to hydrogen sulfide, Calgon Carbon Corporation offers a unique solution for hydrogen sulfide removal
FILTRASORB® 820

FILTRASORB® 820

FILTRASORB® 820 is a granular activated carbon developed by Calgon Carbon Corporation for the removal of taste and odor compounds, disinfection by-product precursors, and other dissolved organic compounds from potable water

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Calgon Carbon Corporation

500 Calgon Carbon Drive

Pittsburgh, PA 15205

UNITED STATES

Phone: 800-422-7266

Fax: 412-787-6676

Contact: info@calgoncarbon.com

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Endocrine Disrupting Compounds And Their Treatment
    Endocrine Disrupting Compounds And Their Treatment

    Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDC) are a subset of chemicals identified as contaminants of emerging concern, or “CECs.” EDCs are chemicals that can affect the endocrine (hormonal) systems of humans and animals. Hormones regulate reproduction, growth, and behavior. Anything that can potentially disrupt those functions must be studied carefully.

  • Granular Activated Carbon As A Barrier Against Chemical Spills
    Granular Activated Carbon As A Barrier Against Chemical Spills

    Granular activated carbon can provide an effective barrier defense against chemical spills into our drinking water sources. Read this white paper describing how to put GAC to work defending your source waters.

  • Meeting WHO Standards For Cryptosporidium With UV In Singapore
    Meeting WHO Standards For Cryptosporidium With UV In Singapore

    Johor River Waterworks (JRWW) is located in Kotta Tinggi, Malaysia approximately 60 km north of Singapore. Under a water agreement with the Malaysian government, the Singapore government signed a 50 year agreement with the Public Utilities Board (PUB) to build, upgrade and operate the plant on the Johor River until the year 2050. Plants A and B were built between 1986 and 1999 and Plant C was constructed in 2001. With a combined capacity of 946 million liters per day (250 US MGD), the treated water is piped to Singapore and provides about 40% of the water for a population of 5.3 million people.

  • High-Power UV Lamps Lower Replacement Costs, Reduce Maintenance
    High-Power UV Lamps Lower Replacement Costs, Reduce Maintenance

    The Tesla Water Treatment Facility is located in Tracy California approximately 60 miles west of San Francisco in the Central Valley of California. Since 1934, San Francisco has received water from the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Yosemite National Park via the 167 mile long Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct. Due to the pristine nature of the water source, the water is unfiltered and was only chlorinated at the 75 year old Tesla Portal facility.

  • Using Granular Activated Carbon To Meet DBP Regulations
    Using Granular Activated Carbon To Meet DBP Regulations

    The Roche Harbor Water Treatment Plant is located on the northwest side of San Juan Island in San Juan County, Washington state. Although a significant part of the land in the county is privately owned, the watersheds there provide a public benefit for both residents and visitors.  San Juan Island’s economy is tourist-driven; the island was voted #2 on the New York Times list of “41 Places to go in 2011.” Its marina has been a top boating destination for more than fifty years. Incorporated in 1886, the community has seen slow but steady population growth in recent decades. Roche Harbor Water System Inc. has been in operation since 1968 when PVC piping replaced the island’s existing wooden pipe system.

  • UV Experience For Inactivating Cryptosporidium In Surface Water Plants
    UV Experience For Inactivating Cryptosporidium In Surface Water Plants

    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 1970’s revealed that by-products formed during the chlorination process are potentially carcinogenic. Since then, drinking water regulators have struggled within the confines of technological and economic limitations to find a balance between the benefits of chlorination and its harmful side effects.

  • Carbon Adsorption And Reactivation: Turning Obligation Into Opportunity
    Carbon Adsorption And Reactivation: Turning Obligation Into Opportunity

    Chemical, petrochemical, and oil-refining plants are process-intensive operations with regulatory requirements to protect the surrounding water and air from the effects of industrial pollution. These external demands are matched by equally compelling internal pressures to address product purification needs, find alternatives to utilizing costly and often scarce fresh water in production processes, reduce the carbon footprint, and operate efficiently and profitably. By Robert Deithorn, Product Market Director, Calgon Carbon Corporation

  • Calgon Carbon Gila Bend Plant Grand Opening Ceremony

    Grand Opening of the Carbon Reactivation Facility in Gila Bend, Arizona.  Calgon Carbon proudly installs a new chapter in "effective filtration".

  • Calgon Carbon Opens Custom Carbon Reactivation Facility In Arizona

    On Wednesday, April 24, political officials, community members and employees of Pittsburgh-based Calgon Carbon Corporation gathered together to celebrate the dedication of a state-of-the-art activated carbon custom reactivation facility in Gila Bend, Arizona.

  • GAC Solution For Ohio's Most Challenging Water
    GAC Solution For Ohio's Most Challenging Water

    Over the course of many years the City of Celina, Ohio has been challenged with supplying drinking water to the 11,647 residents of the city and the East Jefferson District.

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ABOUT CALGON CARBON CORPORATION

Calgon Carbon Corporation (NYSE:CCC), and its European operation Chemviron Carbon, is a global manufacturer and supplier of granular activated carbon, innovative treatment systems, value added technologies and services for optimizing production processes and safely purifying the environment. With the industry's leading and most advanced research and development facility plus 16 operating centers and 23 sales and service centers, Calgon Carbon is the world's largest manufacturer of granular activated carbon with production and operations in North America, Europe, and Asia.

As the world’s leader in activated carbon technology and with ultraviolet light disinfection and oxidation expertise, Calgon Carbon Corporation has pioneered leading-edge purification systems for drinking water, wastewater, odor control, pollution abatement, and a variety of industrial and commercial manufacturing processes.

When it comes to meeting your facility's purification challenges, there's no such thing as an off-the-shelf solution. That's why, each year, hundreds of municipalities, government agencies, and food, chemical, and drug manufacturers turn to Calgon Carbon to solve their purification problems. We're not only the world's leading producer and supplier of granular activated carbon, but we also offer the industry's broadest range of technical services.

Services

Calgon Carbon's Service program is designed to meet your specific treatment objectives while providing you with financial flexibility, Without incurring capital costs, the monthly fee-based service allows you to choose just what you need for only as long as you need it. You decide the length of the contract. You decide if the contract should have an option purchase equipment at some future date. You decide what products, treatment systems, and support services will be most useful and cost effective.

  • Serviced Adsorption Systems
  • Field Services and Media Exchange
  • Technical Services
  • Reactivation Services

Support

Serviced Adsorption Systems
Every air and water purification system presents its own unique set of challenges. That's why it pays to work with the best. When you team up with Calgon Carbon, you can draw on the resources of the industry's largest research and development capability. But the real advantage lies in working with Calgon Carbon's people. From the very beginning, we work with you to provide complete analytical support, along with feasibility studies and cost evaluations to ensure that the purification system we design and install is the best system for your facility.

Once your system is up and running, we're committed to delivering the highest level of service. Our skilled engineers and troubleshooters have confronted virtually every technical challenge you're likely to encounter with your purification system. That means they can deliver answers and solutions fast.

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