AD26 System Performance – Iron / Manganese - Confidential Client - California
In the early 2004, AdEdge was engaged by Pacific Advanced Civil Engineers (PACE) to devise a treatment alternative for manganese and iron removal for a public water system in southern California. This high demand water supply well was yielding between 180 to 220 gpm. The needs were imminent as the currently designed system was not achieving compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act secondary MCLs for iron and manganese. AdEdge proposed the retrofit of the current treatment system to include its AD26 Catalytic Oxidation/Filtration media. Below shows the first few months of results since the system was modified.