Essential Considerations for Arsenic Removal Systems

Arsenic removal from drinking water is an ongoing issue in the United States.

May 1st, 2009

Arsenic removal from drinking water is an ongoing issue in the United States. The end user is confronted by a myriad of technology choices that can reduce arsenic levels to below the EPA’s MCL of 10 µg/L. Variations in water chemistry, operating flow rate, well location, and availability of skilled operators can greatly affect which technology is the most economically viable solution.

By Joey Jeffcoat

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