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Iron, Manganese, And Arsenic Pilot Study In The Golden State (Loprest)

Iron, and Manganese Arsenic Pilot Study In The Golden State

This report summarizes results and conclusions of a groundwater treatment pilot test program. This pilot test program was undertaken to demonstrate the effectiveness of water treatment products that employ oxidation and filtration to remove iron, manganese and arsenic to levels well below MCL’s. Operating data collected during the study will be used to confirm the design of fullscale facilities.

Water from Well 14 Rio Linda, California area is high in iron, manganese and arsenic. Due to the high levels, the well is not being used to supply municipal water to the District. The facility is planned to initially produce and treat up to 2500 gpm.

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