Nom Removal From Water And Its Influence On The Drinking Water Quality

Author: Kristina Tihomirova
Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
ISBN: 9783846523407
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Due to relatively cold climate and an abundance of soils rich in organic carbon, the concentration of natural organic matter (NOM) in raw water of Boreal region is high and its removal during conventional water treatment is complicated.

Securing Water And Wastewater Systems

Author: Robert M. Clark
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3319010921
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Due to a relatively cold climate and an abundance of soils rich in organic carbon
(Broo et al. 1999), the concentration of raw water natural organic matter (NOM) in
the Boreal region (Latvia) is high and its removal during conventional water ...
with disinfectants used in water treatment, and it affects biological stability and
biological regrowth in distribution systems. ... NOM's influence on water quality
change is usually related to biodegradable organic carbon (BDOC) in drinking

The Role Of Colloidal Systems In Environmental Protection

Author: Monzer Fanun
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0444632840
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Formation and bacterial composition of young, natural biofilms obtained from
public bank-filtered drinking water systems. Water ... Impact of enhanced and
optimized coagulation on removal of organic matter and its biodegradable
fraction in drinking water. Water ... Impacts of the reduction of nutrient levels on
bacterial water quality in distribution systems. ... Natural organic matter (NOM)
removal in a typical North-China water plant by enhanced coagulation: Targets
and techniques.

Environmental Engineering

Author: Lucjan Pawlowski
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780415408189
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Standard oxidation potential of selected disinfectants and their reactions in water
(Haas 1999). ... occurs frequently in water. process is also effective in the removal
of the organic carbon and nitrogen compounds, • treatment plants ... to ensure
that distributed drinking water meets microbiological quality standards at all times
, to maintain a disinfectant residual ... with dissolved and suspended matter in the
water, mostly natural organic matter (NOM), and thus ignored those reactions
with ...

Chemical Water And Wastewater Treatment Iii

Author: Rudolf Klute
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642791107
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Water Treatment in Change During recent years, the quality of water in reservoirs
and rivers in Sweden has improved. ... The best condition for a safe drinking
water is a high quality raw water source. ... Extra attention is paid to the presence
of organic matter, both natural organic matter (NOM) and also trace organics. ...
Beneficial measures taken at the treatment plant for organic matter removal might
also be appropriate for the maintenance and operation of the distribution network
, ...

Safe Piped Water

Author: Ainsworth R.
Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN: 924156251X
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Managing Microbial Water Quality in Piped Distribution Systems Ainsworth R.
Campos C et al. (1999b). Effect of process design and operating procedures on
the performance of PAC/UF systems for the removal of organic compounds. ...
Disinfection by-products precursor removal. ... Enhanced coagulation: its effect
on NOM removal and chemical costs. ... In: Proceedings of the NSF International/
World Health Organization Symposium on HPC Bacteria in Drinking water, April
22–24, ...

Co2 Sequestration Biofuels And Depollution

Author: Eric Lichtfouse
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319119060
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During water distribution, disinfection process is essential to prevent waterborne
diseases and ensure water quality from the water ... have been a concern since
1974 due to their possible cancer risks to human health and other sub-chronic/
chronic health effects such as cardiac anomalies, low birth weight, still birth and
pre-term delivery (Richardson et al. ... The removal of DBPs precursors such as
natural organic matter (NOM) from water represents one of the effective strategies
for ...

Controlling Disinfection Byproducts And Microbial Contaminants In Drinking Water

Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 142890073X
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drinking water is discharged into a drinking water distribution system. ... However,
disinfectants, especially chlorine, react with NOM to form DBPs, which are
considered to be of concern from a chronic ... Much of this effort has been
devoted to models which are intended to identify the factors that influence both
residual decay ... Workshop Proceedings, Natural Organic Matter in Drinking
Water Origin, Characterization, and Removal, Chamonix, ... —Development of
water quality models.


Author: Theo van den Hoven
Publisher: IWA Publishing
ISBN: 1843392755
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In addition to corrosion control efforts, e.g. control of pH, alkalinity and calcium
contents in treated water, specific ... Application of filter-to-waste procedures,
initial coagulant overdosing or other means of reducing the length and/or
negative effects of filter ripening 2. ... Application of coagulant dose levels that are
well adapted to variationsin raw water quality (NOM) and sufficiently high to
avoidnarrow optimum pH-windowsand conflicting pH ranges for optimum
removal of various ...

Drinking Water Distribution Systems

Author: Committee on Public Water Supply Distribution Systems: Assessing and Reducing Risks
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309103061
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The report also identifies advances in detection, monitoring and modeling, analytical methods, and research and development opportunities that will enable the water supply industry to further reduce risks associated with drinking water ...