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  • Arsenic In Well Water

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency sets a Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for contaminants in public drinking water. The MCL is the maximum concentration that is allowed for public water supplies. For arsenic, the MCL is 10 ug/L (which is the same as 0.01 mg/L). While the EPA does not regulate ...

    By Air & Water Quality, Inc. based in Freeport, MAINE (USA). from Household Water Treatment and Purification Service line

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    AdEdge - Arsenic Treatment and Removal Services

    The dangers of arsenic in drinking water are masked by its colorless, odorless appearance. It is a carcinogen that occurs naturally in groundwater and is known for leading to dangerous health conditions such as cancer and heart failure. Compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the ...

    By Adedge Water Technologies, LLC based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA). from Contaminants - Inorganic Contaminants Service line

  • Abandoned Mine Land Remediation Services

    ECM investigates the impacts of contaminants such as mercury and arsenic on surface water, groundwater and local ecosystems at abandoned mine land (AML) sites in accordance with CERCLA for US Department of the Interior agencies. ECM designs and implements remediation approaches to reduce impacts from ...

    By Environmental Cost Management based in Costa Mesa, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Coagulation/Filtration Services

    then be effectively filtered out of the water supply. Because of iron’s strong affinity to arsenic (As), iron-based coagulants such as ferric sulfate and ferric chloride are more effective than aluminum coagulants when it comes to removing arsenic (As) from water. In addition, iron hydroxides are less prone than ...

    By Filtronics, Incorporated based in Irvine, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Processes Service line

  • Loprest - Field Pilot Studies Services

    Pilot tests conducted at numerous facilities demonstrate that Loprest treatment processes successfully reduce iron, manganese, arsenic, nitrate, and many other select contaminants in drinking water to well below the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL). Loprest can provide self-contained portable, free-standing pilot ...

    By Loprest, a division of WRT based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA).

  • Arsenic Treatment

    Arsenic is a semi-metal element in the periodic table. It is odorless and tasteless. It enters drinking water supplies from natural deposits in the earth or from agricultural and industrial ...

    By US Water Consultants, Inc. based in Windham, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • Water Treatment

    SSTT provides scientifically-proven methods for several key water and waste water issues. We offer processes for Arsenic and Radium in groundwater and drinking water; sulfide acid mine drainage, and excess nutrients (phosphorus and nitrogen) in industrial and agricultural waste water. Contact us to discuss ...

    By Soil Solutions, LLC based in Hopkinton, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Services

    Real-time Zeta potential measurement without dilution in wastewater treatment. Surface water treatment for eutrophication. (Algal Mats). Innovative Atmospheric odor removal techniques. (Using thermophilic bacteria and reactive ...

    By Aqua Dynamic Solutions. LLC based in Adamsville, RHODE ISLAND (USA).

  • Drinking Water Treatment Services

    In the area of drinking water treatment, we have already successfully implemented all common processes. Our scope of services includes complete water utility plants, adsorption and softening plants and nanofiltration. We also produce and install all plant components required to operate pump stations, high level ...

    By S├╝lzle KOPF GmbH based in Sulz a. N., GERMANY.

  • Comparative Risk and Exposure Analysis

    Evaluation of Relative Risk (PCBs vs. Dioxins and Furans). Dr. Smith prepared a report for submission to the State of California Environmental Protection Agency (CA EPA) documenting the incremental hazard posed by polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDDs) dibenzofurans (PCDFs), and biphenyls (PCBs) in Aroclor mixtures used in electrical transformer fluids. The state asked the client to ...

    By OAK CREEK, Inc. based in Buxton, MAINE (USA).

  • Site Remediation Markets Newsletter (Online)

    8-page monthly newsletter reports on and analyzes all developments affecting the worldwide site remediation ...

    By The McIlvaine Company based in Nothfield, ILLINOIS (USA). from Remediation Service line

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