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Pilot scale evaluation of biological activated carbon for the removal of THM precursors
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmetal Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, OH
|Statement||William H. Glaze ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Glaze, William, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. ;|
Leachate Treatment in Biological Activated Carbon (BAC) Media 5 Combination of Activated Carbon with Biological Wastewater Treatment at Full Scale Özgür Aktas and Ferhan Çeçen. Full-Scale PACT Systems Full-Scale PACT for Industrial Effluents PACT for Co-treatment of Domestic and Industrial. In general, the pilot-scale filter performance was representative of full-scale filter performance, especially in regards to THM precursor and chlorine demand removal. Statistical evaluation and interpretation of the data for HAA and NDMA precursor removal was more difficult, likely due to the low concentrations of these DBPs which was near Cited by: 3.
FIELD EVALUATION OF UF MEMBRANES - PRECURSOR CONTROL Removal of THM Precursors - Short-Term Studies "The DWRD funded, in , bench-, pilot-and plant-scale studies at the University of Central Florida to evaluate the costs and performance of several new treatment technologies for reducing the concentration of trihalomethanes in drinking water. Assesses the optimization of GAC to remove trihalomethane precursors (to attain finished water THM concentration of 1 - 20 µg/L), based on modeling, bench-scale, and pilot-plant experimentation. Evaluates the economics of the process by developing cost estimates for six participating utilities. Published in
Comparison of the Removal of Halogenated and Other Organic Compounds by Six Types of Carbon in Pilot Filters J. J. ROOK Chap DOI: /bach Publication Date (Print): Ma Biological Activated Carbon Treatment Process for Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment the growth of microorganism was inhibited and no obvious biological activity showed in the carbon layer. In order to improve the removal efficiency of refractory organics, especially the removal of precursors of DBPs, ozonation is commonly used in Cited by:
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The complete report, entitled "Pilot Scale Evaluation of Biological Activated Carbon for the Removal of THM Precursors," (Order No. PB ; Cost: $, subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, VA Telephone: The EPA Project Officer can be contacted at:.
Get this from a library. Pilot scale evaluation of biological activated carbon for the removal of THM precursors. [William Glaze; Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory.;]. The effect of preozonization on the removal of precursors to the formation of THM's can be deduced from studies at the EPA pilot plant study in Cincinnati, Ohio (U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency, c). Ozonized and unozonized Ohio river waters were fed to GAC beds operating in parallel. A pilot-scale investigation of disinfection by-product precursors and trace organic removal mechanisms in ozone-biologically activated carbon treatment for potable reuse Author links open overlay panel Yewei Sun a Bob Angelotti b Matt Brooks b Bill Dowbiggin c Patrick J.
Evans d Bradford Devins c Zhi-Wu Wang aCited by: Pilot scale tests were coducted at the Tukdo water treatment plant in Seoul, Korea. The dual media BAC process is highly efficient in the removal of DOC and THMFP, and is more capable of sustaining microorganisms than a single layer by: In an effort to validate the use of ozone for contaminant oxidation and disinfection in water reclamation, extensive pilot testing was performed with ozone/H 2 O 2 and biological activated carbon (BAC) at the Reno-Stead Water Reclamation Facility in Reno, Nevada.
Three sets of samples were collected over a five-month period of continuous operation, and these samples Cited by: Activated carbon has become the most commonly used adsorbent for THM precursor and THM removal.
A survey from ScienceDirect  and Taylor and Francis ,  focusing on THM precursor and THM removal showed that almost 12% of research used activated carbon and adsorbent by: Evaluation of a pilot scale dual media biological activated carbon process for drinking water Article in Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 24(2) March with Reads.
Pilot-scale studies were conducted at the Georgina Water Treatment Plant (WTP), Ontario, Canada. Four biofilters ( cm diameter; 1 m filter depth) received post UF (GE ZeeWeedOakville, ON) and UV (Trojan, London, ON; Dose ∼ 40 mJ/cm 2) water originating from Lake filters were operated continuously (CONT), with flow rates of and L/min Cited by: 2.
Removal of N-nitrosodimethylamine and trihalomethane precursors with powdered activated carbon Thesis (PDF Available) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Large scale production of activated carbon is need of ongoing research due to its excellent adsorption capacity for removal of heavy metals from contaminated solutions. In the present study, polymeric precursor polystyrene beads [Brunauer Emmett Teller (BET) surface area, 46 m2/g; carbon content, %; crushing strength, kg/sphere] were used to produce a new variant of activated carbon Author: Nagesh Kumar Tripathi, Manisha Sathe.
Pilot scale spiral wound membrane assessment for THM precursor rejection from upland waters Article (PDF Available) in Separation Science and Technology 51(8) March with Reads.
A four month pilot scale study was undertaken at the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant near Regina, Saskatchewan to examine the removal of trihalomethanes (THM) and other organic substances from.
US EPA () Pilot-scale evaluation of biological activated carbon for the removal of THM precursors, EPA/S2–82– US Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC Google Scholar Cited by: 3.
Ozone and biological activated carbon (O 3 /BAC) is being considered as an alternative advanced treatment process to microfiltration and reverse osmosis (MF/RO) for the potable reuse of municipal wastewater. Similarly, the UV/free chlorine (UV/HOCl) advanced oxidation process (AOP) is being considered as an alternative to the UV/hydrogen peroxide (UV/H 2 O 2) by: Removal of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) from Contaminated Groundwater using Granular Activated Carbon: A Pilot-Scale Study with Breakthrough Modeling June Environmental Science.
The produced activated carbons under both physical and chemical activation processes were characterised with respect to their texture and surface chemistry.
The textural and chemical analyses showed that the nature of the precursor played a crucial role in determining the main characteristics of the activated carbon that was by: 7.
Catalytic ozonation followed by biofiltration significantly improved the removal efficiency of the THM and HAA9 precursors as compared to that of ozonation alone. However, the removal efficiencies of the THM and HAA9 precursors slightly increased when the catalyst dosage was increased from to gL − 1 after biofiltration.
This result Cited by: 9. A review: organic matter and ammonia removal by biological activated carbon filtration for water and wastewater treatment.
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology6 DOI: /s Le Zhang, Kai-Chee Loh, Jingxin by: Used as a basis for this evaluation are the operating conditions and results of a three-year, pilot-scale investigation of advanced water treatment systems that was conducted on Delaware River water in Philadelphia, Pa.
The removal of natural and synthetic organic substances by adsorption onto granular activated carbon (GAC) has. However, the dosage optimized for biopolymer removal was relatively low ( mg/L) when compared to dosages commonly applied prior to UF membranes for surface waters in full-scale systems (up to 15 mg/L) and the impact of such low coagulant dosages on DBP precursor removal has not been extensively studied, especially at pilot-scale, or for Cited by: 4.Water Treatment Evaluation • Provide clarification ahead of filtration to remove DBP precursors and reduce turbidity • Provide activated carbon to assist with DBP precursors and address tastes and odors • Provide advanced disinfection and filtration systems to address Cryptoand other pathogens: – Membrane filtration orFile Size: KB.
The removal efficiency of organic matter, the formation potential of trihalomethanes (THMFP), and the formation potential of haloacetic acids (HAAFP) in each unit of three advanced treatment processes were investigated in this paper. The molecular weight distribution and the components of organic matter in water samples were also determined to Cited by: 7.