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  • What are Regional Screening Levels (RSL) and why are they used?

    What are Regional Screening Levels (RSL) and why are they used?

    The Regional Screening Levels (RSL) can be described as risk-based concentrations derived from standardized equations combining exposure information assumptions with EPA toxicity data (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2020).Why are SLs used?The EPA Regional Screening Levels (RSL) are used for site screening and as initial cleanup goals. In site screening, the most c

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  • Water Reuse System
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    Water Reuse System

    With water scarcity threatening many parts of the world, more municipalities and private companies are exploring ways to treat and reuse wastewater to help secure their water supplies. Fluence’s containerized ECOBOX™ water reuse system provides an affordable, plug-and-play solution that can be commissioned and start producing water less than seven days after the system arrives ...

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  • Disinfection By-Products: Perspectives on Formation, Control and Mitigation - Webinar
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    Disinfection By-Products: Perspectives on Formation, Control and Mitigation - Webinar

    This webinar is part of a research series sponsored by AWWA Water Science and the Joint Section Research Committee. Disinfection byproducts (DBPs) are one of the major challenges in water treatment plant and distribution system operations. In addition to the regulated DBPs—including trihalomethanes, haloacetic acids, bromate, and chlorite—unregulated compounds such as nitrosamines, ...