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Why Adsorption is the Perfect Technology for Removing Arsenic From Groundwater

Aug 25, 2020 10:15:00 AM / by De Nora posted in water treatment, arsenic, ground water, adsorption


There are various options available for removing arsenic from groundwater; these processes range from ion exchange and activated alumina to reverse osmosis, coagulation and filtration. Each of these technologies have their own pros and cons, but in cases where arsenic treatment is the main treatment objective, adsorption is the ideal technology from a cost and ease of operation standpoint. 

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Approaches to Water Treatment for Arsenic

Aug 18, 2020 10:15:00 AM / by De Nora posted in arsenic, adsorption, reverse osmosis, activated alumina, coagulation filtration, ion exchange, SORB


Arsenic occurs naturally and is found in rocks and soil before being released into water supplies through erosion. Certain industrial practices, such as the production of paints and dyes, metals, soaps, drugs and wood preservatives, have the potential for releasing arsenic into the environment as a byproduct of the process. 

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