Evaluation of Enhanced Coagulation for DBP Controlby Richard J. Miltner, USEPA, Cincinnati, United States,
Sheila A. Nolan, (S.M.ASCE), USEPA, Cincinnati, United States,
Marcus J. Dryfuse, (S.M.ASCE), USEPA, Cincinnati, United States,
R. Scott Summers, (M.ASCE), USEPA, Cincinnati, United States,
Abstract: The paper presents a pilot scale study conducted to examine the control of Disinfection By-Product (DBP) precursors by conventional and enhanced coagulation. The objectives of the study were to assess: (1) the usefulness of total organic carbon (TOC) as a surrogate for DBP precursors; (2) the performance scale-up from jar testing to the pilot scale; (3) the differences in resulting DBP formation in conventional and enhanced plants; and (4) the differences in filter run times and particulate control in conventional and enhanced plants. Conventional and enhanced coagulation were compared using two parallel pilot-scale treatment plants employing rapid mix, floculation, and sedimentation.
Subject Headings: Coagulation | Water pollution | Water treatment plants | Particle pollution | Carbon compounds | Filters | Sediment | Chemical treatment
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