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Handbook of Drinking Water Quality, 2nd Edition
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Engineering Data Module Beta. This Reference is not available in your current subscription. Notify your administrator of your interest. Iron and Manganese Removal Handbook 2nd Edition Details The presence of iron and manganese in drinking water are generally not hazardous to health.
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However, there are few things are more alarming to customers than seeing red water or black water come out of their faucets. This book offers an analysis of current and emerging methods for iron and manganese removal as well as guidance for handling residuals. Using firsthand field experience and detailed case studies, the authors explain the processes to follow.
In this new edition, more detail is devoted to the selection and design of the treatment process and to minimizing the use of vendor-engineered packages that have become so common throughout the industry. Unit processes are described and calculations are provided so that the reader can understand the impacts of changes to the design components.
This edition also attempts to address the question of why decisions are made and standards followed. Show less. View More. Back to Table of Contents. What to Do with the Brine? Anthony Migyanka.
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View Section, Front Matter. View Section, Figures. View Section, Tables. View Section, Preface. After summarizing the chemistry of ozone and hydroxyl radical in aqueous environment and the use of the ozone in drinking water treatment, this chapter presents the main knowledge acquired on organic ozonation by-products and on bromates.
In every case, the following aspects are presented: i the main results of the fundamental research, ii some data obtained for real waters from pilot plant studies or from waterworks , on the formation of ozonation by-products during drinking water production, and iii some recommendations for controlling disinfection by-products. Unable to display preview.
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