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Chesapeake Bay Community Meets Space and Budget Requirements with New Arsenic Removal System

Aug 4, 2020 10:15:00 AM / by De Nora posted in arsenic, SORB, chesapeake ranch water company, lusby

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Caring for our community

Our Chesapeake Ranch Water Company (CRWC) owns and operates the potable-drinking-water system and fire protection for approximately 4,000 homes and businesses over five-square miles in scenic Lusby, Maryland. This community system supplies water to nearly 10,000 residents of Chesapeake Ranch Estates and an adjacent small retail section.

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Product Spotlight: The De Nora SORB 33® Arsenic Removal System

Jul 28, 2020 8:30:00 AM / by De Nora posted in arsenic, SORB, Bayoxide

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There are various options available for Arsenic Removal ranging from ion exchange, activated alumina, reverse osmosis, coagulation/filtration, and, of course, adsorption. Today, we are going to walk you through the details of one of our favorite adsorption products, the SORB 33®. 

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Case Study: Optimizing Arsenic Treatment System Yields Significant Cost Savings

Jul 14, 2020 3:00:00 PM / by De Nora posted in arsenic, wastewater treatment, coagulation filtration, SORB, Arizona American Water, American Water, Surprize AZ, Bayoxide

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According to the company’s website, American Water (AW) has been maintaining high-water-quality standards, dependable service, and finding ways to do it better since 1986. The country’s largest investor-owned water and wastewater utility company, AW serves the needs of 16 million customers in more than 1,600 communities across the United States. Arizona American Water, a wholly-owned subsidiary of America Water, is the largest investor-owned utility in Arizona, serving a population of approximately 350,000 in northwest Phoenix. 

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The Health Risks Associated with Arsenic in Drinking Water

Jul 7, 2020 4:40:00 PM / by Sean Kennedy, De Nora Water Technologies posted in arsenic, arsenic health risks

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Arsenic is among the most well-known, most feared drinking-water contaminants, and for a good reason. If consumed, it can cause several severe symptoms and, in extreme cases, even death. But before we get into a detailed conversation about the adverse effects it can have on the human body, let's discuss how it reaches our source water in the first place. 

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