A Better Approach To Removing Iron And Other Contaminants

Source: Hungerford & Terry, Inc.

Most groundwater sources are plagued with iron, manganese, and other contaminants that require removal as part of drinking water treatment. However, older techniques for addressing this have proven to be labor-intensive and time-consuming. In this Water Talk interview, Frank Caligiuri, vice president of sales for Hungerford and Terry Inc., discusses the more current and much simpler treatment methods for potable water that have been successful on an international scale.

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