Chlorine and Chloramines

Evaluation of Two-Species Model for Chlorine Decay and THM Formation under Rechlorination Conditions
(No paper) Typically, chlorine decay has been described by a first-order decay model. The first-order model, however, has two drawbacks: 1) the reactive species within the water is assumed...

Activated Al/Al2O3 for Transformation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

UV Acceptance
Ultraviolet disinfection of wastewater is increasingly being used. The method has been available since the early part of the century, but chlorine was widely available and generally cheaper....

Inverse Chlorine Modeling in Pipe Networks

Chlorination Strategies for Direct Groundwater Recharge of Tertiary Effluent

Design and Bidding of UV Disinfection Equipment—Case Study

Ecophysiology and Application of Dechlorinating Anaerobes

Development of Iron-Based Reactive Barrier Technologies for Remediation of Chlorinated Organic Contaminants in Groundwater

Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation Using Elemental Iron

Reductive Dechlorination of Trichloroethylene by Iron Bimetallics

Permeable Reactive Wall Remediation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons in Groundwater: NAS Moffett Field, Mountain View, California

Bioavailability and Reductive Dechlorination of Sediment-Bound Chlorinated Benzenes

UV or not UV? That is the Question

Zebra Mussel Fouling of Water Intakes at Power Plants

Numerical Simulation of Reductive Dechlorination of Tetrachloroethene in a Sandbox Model

Locating and Operating Disinfection Boosters in Water Networks

Back to Bacteria: A More Natural Filtration
Drinking-water treatment used to be simple: use the best source available, filter if turbidity is present and add plenty of chlorine. Typically, these are the barriers that guard against...

Advanced Oxidation Processes for Removal of Natural Organics and Pesticides from Drinking Water
Among the technologies available to deal with the problem of pesticides in drinking water, advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) represent a treatment that has the potential of completely...

Establishing the Relative Process Risks for Chlorination and Ozonation - A Case Study Illustrates the Need to Evaluate the Process Hazard Implications of a Change in Drinking Water Disinfection Process due to D/DBP Regulations
Many drinking water suppliers in this country may choose to modify their primary disinfection process to meet stricter water quality standards under the United States Environmental Protection...

 

 

 

 

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