Water Quality Changes During 500-Year Flood Controlled with Sievers TOC Analyzer

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Courtesy of GE Analytical Instruments

During September 20–21, 2009, over 18 inches of rain fell in Acworth, Georgia. The U.S. Geological Survey called this an epic 500-year flood for the area and one of the worst floods in the U.S. during the past 100 years. The flooding caused the local drinking water treatment plant, Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority, to see a rapid decrease in the Allatoona Reservoir source water quality. To find out how the drinking water treatment plant used TOC analysis to avoid potentially excessive chemical costs and controlled their water quality in real-time read this entire case study.

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