Groundwater Treatment

Millions of Americans rely on public or private groundwater sources for their drinking water needs. As drought and population growth threaten groundwater quality and availability in some regions, point-of-use/point-of-entry treatment systems can resolve well water contaminant concerns, such as arsenic, iron and uranium.

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Dec 28 2000
According to George Bernard Shaw, "You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear" (Man and Superman–1903). There is a good chance that the recent…
Dec 28 2000
When ground water contamination is discovered at a site, a host of questions must be answered before it can be effectively removed or minimized.…
Dec 28 2000
It is important to sanitize a well twice a year whether it is a new well or an existing well. If the well has been disrupted for service or repair,…
Dec 28 2000
The most common process for iron removal from water is to allow water-soluble ferrous iron (FE2+) in water to turn into water-insoluble ferric iron (…
Dec 28 2000
Ground water is the most popular source for water in the United States. Now with growth of proven treatment methods and advances in treatment…
Dec 28 2000
In many areas of the United States, artificial recharge techniques are emerging as effective solutions for maintaining or enhancing the water-bearing…
Dec 28 2000
Artificial recharge of groundwater has become a necessity in Orange County, California, where natural recharge is insufficient to satisfy water…
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