PROVEN AND COST-EFFECTIVE TREATMENT METHODS FOR TYPICAL WATER POLLUTANTS: TURBIDITY, IRON, MANGANESE, ARSENIC, PESTICIDES, ETC..
Arsenic is usually present in natural waters in low concentrations (<0.001 mg/l) , however in groundwater, the concentration can be significantly elevated, specially in drainage from water-filled abandoned mines. The recommended limit of 0.01 mg/l for As is the approximate concentrations above which it is considered to be toxic.
Based on how Arsenic is found in the water, a number of options are available for its removal:
*(1) All data for information only and subject to change based on actual water analysis and final design parameters
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