Science Inventory

Modeling Pilot-Scale GAC PFAS Adsorption for the Simulation of Full-Scale Performance and Costs

Citation:

Burkhardt, J., C. Vandermeyden, N. Burns, D. Mobley, C. Patterson, R. Khera, J. Pressman, AND T. Speth. Modeling Pilot-Scale GAC PFAS Adsorption for the Simulation of Full-Scale Performance and Costs. AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference, Dallas, TX, November 03 - 07, 2019.

Impact/Purpose:

This presentation discusses modeling of PFAS removal with granular activated carbon and other resources associated with PFAS removal from drinking water. This specifically discusses the process of extending pilot data into full scale predictions of bed replacement frequency and costing efforts. This also covers information associated with the treatability database. This will provide valuable information for states, utilities and drinking water practitioners.

Description:

This presentation discusses modeling of PFAS removal with granular activated carbon and other resources associated with PFAS removal from drinking water. This specifically discusses the process of extending pilot data into full scale predictions of bed replacement frequency and costing efforts. This also covers information associated with the treatability database. This will provide valuable information for states, utilities and drinking water practitioners.

URLs/Downloads:

BURKHARDT_WQTC-2019.PDF   (PDF,NA pp, 4413.434 KB,  about PDF)

Record Details:

Record Type: DOCUMENT (PRESENTATION/SLIDE)
Product Published Date: 11/07/2019
Record Last Revised: 01/27/2020
OMB Category: Other
Record ID: 348070