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Selecting a Dechlorinating Chemical for a Wastewater Treatment Plant in Georgia


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Wastewater treatment plants WWTPs that employ chlorine or chlorine dioxide for disinfection maintain a small totalresidual chlorine TRC in the plant effluent prior to discharginginto receiving bodies of water. A TRC as low as 0.02 milligram per liter mg-L is toxic to aquatic life. The NPDES permits forWWTPs in Georgia are now being issued with a very low TRC limit, making it necessary to add a dechlorination step in suchplants. The paper outlines an evaluation and comparison of available dechlorinating chemicals, demonstrates the cost analysisprocedure and describes the influence of non-cost related aspects in the final selection of a chemical.



1991 Georgia Water Resources Conference -



Autor: Bagchi, Dipak - Kelley, Roy Thomas Jr. - -

Fuente: https://smartech.gatech.edu/







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