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View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Taste and Odor Control

Complaints about the taste and smell of drinking water are all too common for many systems. This Tech Brief examines common taste and odor problems and provides techniques for dealing with them in...
View Resource Water Tech Briefs: System Control and Data Acquisition

SCADA systems are recognized as reliable and efficient methods of information management in water treatment facilities. Functions they perform include remote monitoring of well levels and pump...
View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Slow Sand Filtration

First used in the U.S. in 1872, slow sand filters are the oldest type of municipal water filtration. Today, they remain a promising treatment method for small systems with low turbidity or...
View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Turbidity Control

Describes treatment technologies and issues for drinking water professionals, discusses turbidity control. Often described as the cloudiness observed in source water, turbidity can hinder treatment...
View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Ultraviolet Disinfection

Using ultraviolet (UV) light for drinking water disinfection dates back to 1916 in the U.S. UV disinfection involves exposing contaminated water to radiation from UV light. The treatment works...
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