Newsletter | October 11, 2021

10.11.21 -- A Better Approach To Iron And Manganese Removal

A Better Approach To Iron And Manganese Removal

The aesthetic impact of iron and manganese on finished water — altering its color, odor, and/or taste — is the top driver of municipal utility customer complaints. While there are well-established treatment processes for these contaminants, innovative medias can provide many benefits that traditional technologies lack. 

The Best Way To Remove Manganese From Drinking Water
Water utility managers must constantly stay on top of regulatory changes. Water plant operators currently test for more than 80 contaminants, including manganese. Manganese is regulated under secondary drinking water standards for aesthetic considerations.
A Strong Track Record Of Innovative Iron And Manganese Treatment

For many utilities, properly treating the iron and manganese in source water is critical to maintaining good customer relationships. When iron and manganese are present, they are often accompanied by arsenic contamination. Here are several examples of utilities that successfully installed treatment systems to address the trio of contaminants.

AdEdge Technologies APU Iron And Manganese Removal Systems

Designed and built specifically for wellhead treatment, AdEdge AD26 systems are engineered as stand-alone systems for the removal of iron, manganese, sulfide, and arsenic if it coexists with high levels of iron.

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