Research

DBP Control in Small Water Systems

The objective of this study was to investigate the DBP formation and control in four small water systems using bench scale studies and field monitoring. >>More

DBP Removal Using POU Carbon Filters

The objective of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of various POU carbon filters for DBP removal in both laboratory and field studies. >>More

Iron and Manganese Removal and Their Impacts on Disinfection Byproduct Control

The purpose of this research is: 1) investigate the effects of iron and manganese removal on disinfection byproduct control; 2) compare various iron and manganese removal techniques; 3) help small water systems to better comply with proposed Stage 1 and Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts rules. >>More

Aeration for Trihalomethane Control in Small Water Systems

The objective of this study was to investigate aeration for THMs control by bench scale studies and field testing. >>More

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Evaluation of Several Field Test Kits for Determining Concentrations of Arsenic in Drinking Water

The purpose of this study was to evaluate seven commercially available field test kits and determine their reliability and application for small water systems conducting noncompliance arsenic analyses. >>More

Arsenic POU Demonstration Study for Development of a Centralized Management Plan

A POU demonstration study was performed to 1) aid small water systems in designing a central management plan for decentralized treatment and 2) address these new challenges facing small water systems. >>More

POU Adsorption Study for the Removal of Arsenic

A POU arsenic removal demonstration study in a small community was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness meeting the 10 μg/L standard for small water systems. >>More

Small Water Systems Operators Certification Exam Analysis

The purpose of this study was to evaluate Small Water System Operator Certification exam performance and to recommend areas of training or approaches to be used in the future. >>More

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