Waterborne Contaminants: Emerging Issues—Copper, Chloramines and Water Conditioners
Recently, a handful of portable exchange deionization (PEDI) operators in California were cited for excessive discharges of copper. How and why could this happen when the general use of the portable exchange tanks was treatment of potable water, not copper-containing wastewaters? Here’s an explanation and some suggestions...
by Dick Chmielewski and Peter Meyers
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