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Removal of humic material by conventional treatment and carbon /
Removal of Organics from Drinking Water.
Removing Organic Contaminants from Groundwater: A Cost and Performance Evaluation.
Removing Synthetic Organic Chemicals from Drinking Water by Granular Activated Carbon: Performance and Cost.
Research for the Treatment of Organics in Drinking Water.
Reverse osmosis for removing synthetic organics from drinking water : a cost and performance evalution /
Role of Mutagenicity in Determining Drinking Water Quality.
Safe Drinking Water for the Little Guy: Options and Alternatives.
Safe Drinking Water from Small Systems: Treatment Options.
Summary of GAC (Granular Activated Carbon) Research at Several Water Utilities.
Treatment of Water from Contaminated Wells.
U.S. Drinking-Water Regulations: Treatment Technologies and Cost.
Use of pilot columns for predicting full-scale GAC performance /
Use of Toxic Screening Models for Drinking Water Utility Management.
Using Chlorine Dioxide for Trihalomethane Control.
Using Isotherms to Predict GAC's Capacity for Synthetic Organics.
Using Powdered Activated Carbon: A Critical Review.
Using Reverse Osmosis to Remove Agricultural Chemicals from Groundwater.
Utilization of Small Systems Treatment in Latin America and China
Water Treatment Technologies for Small Communities.
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