Arsenic Treatment in Wine Country

Wine producers in the northern California wine country, including Sonoma, Napa, Lake and Mendocino counties, encounter high levels of arsenic in groundwater extracted for use in wine processing and irrigation. These producers must lower arsenic levels to newer drinking water standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California’s Department of Health Services. Arsenic removal is also indicated to ensure product safety and to maintain customer confidence in wine products.

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Meeting arsenic MCLs in northern California wine country

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James Knoll is Metsorb commercial manager for Graver Technologies LLC. Knoll can be reached at jknoll@gravetech.com or at 800.249.1990.

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January 17, 2011
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January 17, 2011
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22445

High Efficiency, Low Flow

The value of low waste and utilization rates

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Rebecca Wilhelm is managing editor of Water Quality Products. Wilhelm can be reached at bwilhelm@sgcmail.com or 847.391.1007.

Activation Date: 
November 23, 2010
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Legacy
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22319

Advances in Arsenic Removal

WQP spoke with Dow Water & Process Solutions Global Senior Application Development Specialist Fredrick W. Vance, Ph.D., about advances in arsenic removal research and the challenges of keeping costs at a minimum, responsible waste handling and continually improving adsorbent media.

About The Author: 

Fredrick W. Vance is global application development specialist at Dow Water & Process Solutions. Vance can be reached at 989.636.0390 or by e-mail at fwvance@dow.com.

Activation Date: 
April 26, 2010
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Legacy
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21713

Achieving Arsenic Removal

First successful demonstration of arsenic reduction using iron-based adsorption media

About The Author: 

Dennis Bitter is North American sales manager, inorganic program, for Severn Trent Services. Bitter can be reached at 614.899.7106 or by e-mail at dbitter@severntrentservices.com.

Activation Date: 
April 23, 2010
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Legacy
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21710

POE Arsenic Treatment

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LayneRT is an NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certified and approved arsenic removal media. It is a hydrous iron oxide-impregnated resin that efficiently binds arsenic and never needs backwashing. LayneRT was designed for use in the npXtra series of home treatment systems to effectively reduce arsenic. Tanks are connected by a proprietary control head that provides valves for sampling influent and effluent of both tanks.

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Groundwater Extraction & Treatment

Groundwater project demonstrates successful arsenic remediation

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About The Author: 

Greg Gilles is vice president of AdEdge Technologies. Gilles can be reached by e-mail at greg@adedgetechnologies.com. Beth Thomas is project manager for AdEdge Technologies. Thomas can be reached by e-mail at beth@adedgetechnologies.com.

Publication Date: 
October 28, 2009
Activation Date: 
October 28, 2009
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Legacy
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21211

Co-Occurring Contaminants

Arsenic and uranium in drinking water supplies

About The Author: 

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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POU Arsenic Treatment Program

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Dealer of the Month August 2009

LayneRT is a hydrous iron oxide impregnated resin that efficiently binds arsenic and never needs backwashing. It is engineered in a single-column design to treat a full cold-water flow so no special low-flow faucet is needed. The POU system provides simple installation and comfortably fits under most sinks. Because system performance is tied to site-specific water chemistry, SolmeteXWater has integrated a comprehensive sampling program into the npXtra system to ensure continued performance. Chemists regularly analyze your customer’s water quality by sending them pre-paid sample kits.

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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
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