Article | June 26, 2020

An Advanced Approach To 1,4-Dioxane Treatment

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Courtesy of Trojan Technologies

Technologies documented to be effective for treating many commonly detected groundwater micropollutants, such as activated carbon or reverse osmosis, are not cost effective for removing 1,4-dioxane from drinking water. Because many locations dealing with groundwater contamination generally have multiple micropollutants to remove, consulting engineers and water treatment plant managers are often put in a position to seek additional or alternative treatment approaches.

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