Securing Water And Wastewater Systems

Author: Robert M. Clark
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3319010921
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1999), the concentration of raw water natural organic matter (NOM) in the Boreal
region (Latvia) is high and its removal during conventional water treatment is
complicated. The high ... A water distribution system (DS) can be characterized
as a biological and chemical reactor that interacts with water in the network (
Gauthier et al. 2001) which results in ... NOM's influence on water quality change
is usually related to biodegradable organic carbon (BDOC) in drinking water.
This may lead ...

Environmental Engineering

Author: Lucjan Pawlowski
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780415408189
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Potential Compound Symbol [V] Reaction • This reaction occurs frequently in
water. process is also effective in the removal of the organic carbon and nitrogen
compounds, • treatment plants and reservoirs are maintained in a good condition,
... the network system, • to ensure that distributed drinking water meets
microbiological quality standards at all times, to maintain a disinfectant residual
within the distribution system for an adequate time i.e it is maintained to reach the
customer tap.

Chemical Water And Wastewater Treatment Iii

Author: Rudolf Klute
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642791107
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In Sweden we now have new guidelines for the quality of drinking water. In the
former guidelines it was not pointed out clearly enough that the water should be
prepared for both human consumption and the distribution network. The new
recommendations consider, for some parameters, raw water quality and give
recommendations for the prevention of corrosion as well. Extra attention is paid to
the presence of organic matter, both natural organic matter (NOM) and also trace
organics.

Co2 Sequestration Biofuels And Depollution

Author: Eric Lichtfouse
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319119060
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During water distribution, disinfection process is essential to prevent waterborne
diseases and ensure water quality from the water treatment plant outlet to the
consumer's tap. ... There is no doubt that chlorine is an effective disinfectant
against most microorganisms and it provides protection in the distribution
network. ... 2011). The removal of DBPs precursors such as natural organic
matter (NOM) from water represents one of the effective strategies for controlling
the formation of DBPs.

Safe Piped Water

Author: Ainsworth R.
Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN: 924156251X
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Managing Microbial Water Quality in Piped Distribution Systems Ainsworth R.
Campos C et al. (1999b). Effect of process design and operating procedures on
the performance of PAC/UF systems for the removal of organic compounds.
Proceedings of the AWWA Membrane Technology Conference, Long Beach,
California. Carlson M (1991). Disinfection by-products precursor removal.
Proceedings of the 1991 AWWA Annual Conference — Water research for the
new decade, 151–191.

Controlling Disinfection Byproducts And Microbial Contaminants In Drinking Water

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Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 142890073X
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However, disinfectants, especially chlorine, react with NOM to form DBPs, which
are considered to be of concern from a chronic exposure point of view.
Disinfection reduces ... Much of this effort has been devoted to models which are
intended to identify the factors that influence both residual decay and the
formation of DBPs. ... Workshop Proceedings, Natural Organic Matter in Drinking
Water Origin, Characterization, and Removal, Chamonix, France, September
19œ22, 19. Amy, G. L. ...

Selected Water Resources Abstracts

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Descriptors: "Computers, *Data processing, "Data storage and retrieval, *
Hydraulic systems, "Network design, *Ohio, *Water distribution, Computer
programs, Cost analysis, Pipes, Pumps, Tanks, Water hammer, Water quality.
Operating systems used by the ... organic compounds, Water pollution. Research
was conducted that focused on the influence of naturally occurring organic matter
(NOM) on the biodegradation of an aromatic synthetic organic chemical,
pentachlorophenol ...

Aquatic Organic Matter Fluorescence

Author: Paula Coble
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521764610
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In a follow on from this work the same researchers (Bieroza et al., 2011b) have
recently reported the application of robust data mining techniques for the
assessment of water treatment performance. Again PCA and PARAFAC were
used in addition to self-organizing maps. Bagoth et al. (2011) developed and
validated a seven-component PARAFAC model using 147 EEMs of water
samples obtained from two drinking water treatment plants. In this work NOM
fractions (humics, building ...

Chemical Water And Wastewater Treatment

Author: Gothenburg Symposium. 6, 1994, Göteborg
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783540581857
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In Sweden we now have new guidelines for the quality of drinking water. In the
former guidelines it was not pointed out clearly enough that the water should be
prepared for both human consumption and the distribution network. The new
recommendations consider, for some parameters, raw water quality and give
recommendations for the prevention of corrosion as well. Extra attention is paid to
the presence of organic matter, both natural organic matter (NOM) and also trace
organics.

Biodegradable Organic Matter In Drinking Water Treatment And Distribution

Author: Mechèle Prévost
Publisher: Amer Water Works Assn
ISBN: 9781583213674
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water quality in distribution systems, 251-252, 267, 291-292 See also AL. ... 186-
189, 187/, 188/ Natural organic matter, 1 allochthonous, 2, it. aquagenic, 2-3, it.
autochthonous, 2, it. characterization of, 7-18, 26-27, 28t, 285-286 chemical
oxygen demand, 4 chemical reactivity, 14 determination of organic carbon, 4-5, 6t
. determination of organic nitrogen, ... and piping, 149-150 and biofilm, 166-167,
167/ and chloramines, 221 effect of materials on bacterial growth, 233-238, 233f.,
235f.