||Quality Considerations of Chloramine Disinfection.
Arber, R. P. ;
Speed, M. A. ;
||Thornton Utilities Dept., CO. ;Arber (R.P.) Associates, Denver, CO.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Water Engineering Research Lab.
Water treatment ;
Water pollution ;
Urban areas ;
Pilot plants ;
Halogen organic compounds ;
Chlorine oxides ;
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||In attempting to solve their particular water quality problem, the City of Thornton, Colorado, observed some unusual results that may be applicable to other water systems in the country: the method by which chloramines are formed can significantly affect the ultimate water quality; when selecting alternative disinfectants, disinfection byproducts other than those currently regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act should be considered; although one type of contaminant may be avoided through process modification, other, potentially less desirable contaminants may be produced.
||Presented at 12th Annual AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, CO, December 2-5, 1984, p431-448. Prepared in cooperation with Arber (R.P.) Associates, Denver, CO. Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Water Engineering Research Lab.
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