May 21, 2008 – Volume 9, No. 21
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The NDWAC boat sails again! California will likely go with the flow when it comes to arsenic regulation. MNMs are now in the mainstream... figuratively speaking at least. EPA extracts some liquidity out of RPPs in Arizona TCE-removal plant failure case. Down the drain is not the place for meds. Mayor looks to recycled water to keep Los Angeles afloat.


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GAC treatment is a viable treatment barrier against emerging contaminants such as pharmaceutically-active compounds and endocrine disruptors and is highly effective for removing volatile and synthetic organic chemicals from ground and surface waters. In addition, GAC treatment removes taste and odor causing compounds such as 2-methylisoborneol (MIB) and geosmin and can thus improve (and protect) the aesthetic qualities of a water supply.

Malcolm Pirnie's GAC solutions provide the highest level of performance at the lowest cost. Our experience can help you deal with the issues of implementing a GAC process in a new or existing facility, including:

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