Co-Occurring Contaminants

Arsenic and uranium in drinking water supplies

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James Knoll is MetSorb commercial manager for Graver Technologies. Knoll can be reached at 800.249.1990 or by e-mail at jknoll@gravertech.com. Nichole Pennisi is research and development chemist for Graver Technologies. Robert Russo, Ph.D., is media manager for Graver Technologies.

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September 8, 2009
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21067

Arsenic Selective Resin

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Arsenic Zone
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57099
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ResinTech ASM-10-HP is a strongly basic hybrid anion exchange resin specially formulated to selectively remove arsenic. It is supplied in the salt form as clean, moist, tough, uniform, spherical beads. ResinTech ASM-10-HP exhibits extraordinary throughput capacity in arsenic removal service on potable water supplies. Its performance is virtually unaffected by common anions, such as chlorides, bicarbonates or sulfates. It is effective over the entire pH range of potable water.

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POE Arsenic Treatment

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57041
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June 2009

LayneRT is an NSF/ANSI 61 certified and approved arsenic removal media. It is a hydrous iron oxide impregnated resin that binds arsenic and never needs backwashing. It was designed for use in npXtra home treatment systems to reduce arsenic well below the U.S. EPA’s MCL. Once the lead column has exhausted, the tank with media can be sent back to SolmeteX for environmentally responsible disposal.

POE Arsenic Treatment

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56890
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LayneRT, manufactured by SolmeteXWater, is an NSF/ANSI 61 certified and approved arsenic removal media. This media is a hydrous iron oxide impregnated resin that efficiently and safely binds arsenic, and never needs backwashing. LayneRT was designed for use in our npXtra series of home treatment systems to effectively reduce arsenic well below the U.S. EPA’s MCL. Engineered in a lead/lag configuration to provide the best level of protection, the tanks are connected by a proprietary control head that provides valves for sampling the influent and effluent of both tanks.

Conservation Strategies for Arsenic Treatment

The effects of media selection on water loss and wastewater generation

About The Author: 

James Knoll is commercial manager for Graver Technologies. Knoll can be reached at 800.249.1990 or by e-mail at jknoll@gravertech.com. Nichole Pennisi is research and development chemist and Robert Russo, Ph.D., is media manager for Graver Technologies.

Activation Date: 
April 16, 2009
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Legacy
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20668

Selecting Adsorptive Media

Adsorptive media as an effective means of arsenic removal

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Fredrick Vance, Ph.D., is a development specialist for Dow Water Solutions. Vance can be reached by e-mail at fwvance@dow.com. Stephen Wrigley, Ph.D., is a project leader for Dow Water Solutions. Wrigley can be reached by e-mail swrigley@dow.com.

Activation Date: 
April 16, 2009
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Legacy
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20667

Innovations in Arsenic Treatment

Hybrid media improves arsenic-removal capabilities

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Teresia Möller, Ph.D., is a senior scientist for SolmeteX, a div. of Layne Christensen. Möller can be reached by e-mail at tmoller@solmetex.com. Paul Sylvester, Ph.D., is manager of research and development for SolmeteX. Sylvester can be reached by e-mail at psylvester@solmetex.com.

Activation Date: 
April 16, 2009
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20666

Arsenic Removal by Regenerable Anion Resin

Effective arsenic removal applications for water treatment

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Frank DeSilva is national sales manager for ResinTech. DeSilva can be reached at 760.809.4864 or by e-mail at fdesilva@resintech.com. Scott Blumhof is applications engineer for ResinTech. Blumhof can be reached at 856.768.9600 or by e-mail at sblumhof@resintech.com.

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April 25, 2008
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19211

Keeping a Watchful Eye on Arsenic

Maintaining compliant arsenic levels in drinking water with regular testing of POE and POU treated water

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Teresia Möller is chemist for SolmeteX research and development. Möller can be reached at 800.216.5505 or by e-mail at tmoller@solmetex.com. Dan Shepard is commercial manager for SolmeteXWater. Shepard can be reached at 800.216.5505 or by e-mail at dshepard@solmetex.com.

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February 27, 2008
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19011

Addressing Primary Contamination

Considering a POU system as an alternative for treating water for arsenic

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Paul Sylvester is VP, research and development, and Dan Shepard is VP, sales & marketing, for SolmeteX, Inc. Sylvester can be reached at 800.216.5505, or by e-mail at psylvester@solmetex.com. Shepard can be reached at 800.216.5505, or by e-mail at dshepard@solmetex.com.

Activation Date: 
July 2, 2007
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18308
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