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How To Combat Coal Ash In Power Plant Wastewater Streams

Source: Amiad Water Systems
How To Combat Coal Ash In Power Plant Wastewater Streams

Unbeknownst to many, coal ash is one of the most prolific industrial wastes affecting wastewater quality in the country, with more than 100 hundred million tons produced each year. And treating for the byproduct is paramount, with health concerns and stringent regulations in place governing its removal.

To get an idea of possible removal options for coal ash to keep the contaminant out of water supplies, Water Online spoke with Amiad Water Systems. We asked about federal guidelines, different treatment approaches, and how operations can determine the best technology for their needs.

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