Buford, GA - AdEdge Vice President and Principal, Greg Gilles was a featured presenter at the October 27 Radionuclide Compliance Workshop conducted in partnership with San Diego County Environmental Health and the California Rural Water Association. The workshop titled Radionuclide Compliance - Challenges and Solutions for Small Water Systems addressed compliance issues regarding the removal of Uranium and Radium, including The EPA Radionuclide Rule, Uranium & Radium chemistry, challenges for small systems in California, occurrence in drinking water, compliance and treatment strategies, treatment system capital & operating costs and residuals management options.
The workshop, held at the Barona Resort & Casino outside San Diego, had 80 participants and covered issues on Radionuclide compliance including the EPA Radionuclide Rule, Uranium & Radium chemistry, challenges for small systems in California, occurrence in drinking water, compliance and treatment strategies, treatment system capital & operating costs and residuals management options.
“The workshop was a tremendous success thanks to the quality of the presentations given.” said Dustin Hardwick, Director of Resource Development, California Rural Water Association. “I believe the attendees came away better informed and prepared to implement solutions to their Uranium and Radium challenges in the water systems they represent.”
Headquartered just north of Atlanta, Georgia, USA, AdEdge Technologies specializes in the design, development, manufacturing and supply of innovative technologies, adsorbent-based products, and integrated solutions that remove contaminants from process or aqueous steams. AdEdge offers a full range of conventional and innovative treatment technologies to achieve tough standards including adsorption, coagulation/filtration, ion exchange, metals precipitation, advanced oxidation, and membrane based solutions.
SOURCE: AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC.