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|Title:||Hybrid Process of Adsorption/Coagulation/Ceramic MF for Removing Pesticides in Drinking Water Treatment—Inline vs. Contact Tank PAC Dosing|
|Authors:||Viegas, R.M. C.|
Rosa, M. J.
|Keywords:||Powdered activated carbon/coagulation/microfiltration;Hybrid membrane process;Pesticides;Ceramic membranes;Inline;Tank;PAC dosing options|
|Abstract:||Two pilot trials of powdered activated carbon (PAC)/(coagulation)/ceramic microfiltration were conducted to compare continuous 10–12 mg/L PAC inline dosing with 8–10 mg/L dosing to a 2 h-contact tank. Two low turbidity/low natural organic matter (NOM, total organic carbon <2 mg C/L) surface waters spiked with 7.2–10.3 µg/L total-pesticides were tested and the dosing options were compared towards operational performance, average removal of pesticides and NOM and costs.|
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