Water Treatment Primer for Communities in Need
U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Technical Service Center, Water Treatment Engineering and Research Group, 2001 - Water - 160 pages
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acid activated carbon adsorbed adsorption alkalinity anion Annual O&M Cost Assumptions Fact Sheet backwash bacteria BAT Annual O&M BAT Equipment Cost Beneﬁts carbon media cation cellulose acetate characteristics and pretreatment chemical addition Chemical coagulation chlorine cleaning Coagulation and ﬁltration concentrate disposal Cost Assumptions Fact DATA dependent on raw disinfection dissolved solids efﬁciency Electrodialysis Reversal external pumps/piping ﬁlter Filtration ﬁnal ﬁne flocculation ﬂows ﬂushed fouling greensand include general sitework ion exchange Lime softening membrane degradation mg/L off-site sludge disposal Operator care required pH adjustment pressure prevent scaling Product Flow gal/day Proven and reliable pumps radionuclides raw water characteristics Raw Water Composition Refer to Cost regular regeneration related Fact Sheets require approved disposal required with chemical resin bed Reverse Osmosis RO membranes semipermeable membrane signiﬁcant solids is necessary solution speciﬁc surface suspended solids Total Plant Costs treatment processes turbidity typically Waste Disposal WaTER Program Water Treatment Engineering