American Water Works Association (AWWA)

Standards Official Notice - Effective May 2016

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AWWA B100-16 Granular Filter Material AWWA B114-16 Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Systems for Water Treatment AWWA C707-10(R16) Encoder-Type Remote-Registration Systems for Cold-Water Meters
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May 2016

The following AWWA Standards will be effective May 2016:

AWWA B100-16 Granular Filter Material
Publisher: AWWA
Publication date: 2016
Number of pages: 56
This standard describes gravel, high-density gravel, silica sand, high-density media, anthracite filter materials, and the placement of the materials in filters for water supply service application. ANSI/AWWA B604, Standard for Granular Activated Carbon, addresses use of GAC as a filter medium and as an adsorbent. Major revisions made to the standard in this edition include the following: added definition of anthracite in accordance with ASTM D388; added Table 7 to clarify maximum sample sizes allowed on individual sieves during sieve analysis; added references within Appendix A-Bibliography; added Appendix C with language related to particle size distribution classification that was in the foreword of the previous revision to the standard; and, added Appendix D with language related to Filter Media Support Gravel Size and Layer Depth that was in the foreword of the previous revision.

AWWA B114-16 Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Systems for Water Treatment
Publisher: AWWA
Publication date: 2016
Number of pages: 40
This standard sets minimum requirements for reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) membrane systems for water and reclaimed water treatment systems. This is the first edition of the standard, and therefore, there are no major revisions.

AWWA C707-10(R16) Encoder-Type Remote-Registration Systems for Cold-Water Meters
Publisher: AWWA
Publication date: 2016
Number of pages: 20
This standard covers encoder-type remote-registration systems for use on cold-water meters for water-utility customer service, particularly, the materials and workmanship employed in the fabrication and assembly of the on-meter registers. Major changes made to the standard in this revision include the following: a provision for materials has been added to Sec.4.1.

Standards Official Notice - Effective May 2016

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