Case Study

Schwenksville Borough Authority In Pennsylvania Turns To De Nora SORB 33A For Arsenic Removal

Source: De Nora

Exposure to arsenic can cause health effects including skin damage, circulatory and nervous system problems, and increased risk of cancer. Water treatment plants are well-versed in removing it. 

The Schwenksville Borough Authority (SBA) water treatment plant was looking for an economic solution and a product with a longer life expectancy. SBA turned to De Nora's SORB 33A media to replace its exhausted Bayoxide media. Since operation began, testing shows post-treatment levels of arsenic that are significantly and consistently below the EPA required MCL of 10 ug/L. 

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