In the May 2007 issue, we primarily examined how automatic water softeners operate and discussed many of the potential solutions to operational challenges. Observation, documentation and testing were noted as the most important starting points.
In this issue, we will further discuss specific problem areas and how to overcome them systematically.
We will continue where we left off, with brine concentration and contact issues.
Overview of problem areas and how to overcome them systematically
Ion exchange resins offer effective contaminant removal, an economical choice and good DBP control
What you need to know to develop an effective ion exchange system for industrial wastewater treatment
Research proves vital for continuing growth of water industry
Simple technique provides safety and economic advantages for POU/POE systems
Contaminant removal using customized ion exchange resin technology
Safe landfill disposal of spent arsenic removal media
A closer look at coprecipitation, adsorption and ion exchange
Effective methods for cleaning biologically fouled resin
The Boomsnub site in the state of Washington was listed as a Superfund site in 1995. The site consists of two parcels of land, which previously contained two unrelated businesses that contributed separately to contamination of soil and groundwater.
Superfund site cleanup of chromate-contaminated groundwater