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Abstract

Utilities have installed and modified treatment practices to control the formation of regulated DBPs (e.g., THMs). In this study, DBPFP tests were conducted on samples from different points in the surveyed plants. These tests not only showed the removal or destruction of DBP precursors with various unit processes, but the contribution of certain processes to increasing DBPFP (e.g., use of certain polymers increasing NDMAFP; ozonation increasing TCNMFP). Table 4 shows a summary of the impact of treatment processes on DBP precursors. In order to balance the control of regulated DBPs with that of emerging DBPs of health concern, utilities will need to optimize a series of various unit processes to minimize the formation of a wide range of DBPs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAmerican Water Works Association - American Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008
Pages2369-2401
Number of pages33
StatePublished - 2008
EventAmerican Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008 - Atlanta, GA, United States
Duration: Jun 8 2012Jun 12 2012

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OtherAmerican Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008
CountryUnited States
CityAtlanta, GA
Period6/8/126/12/12

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  • Water Science and Technology
  • Geography, Planning and Development

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Krasner, S. W., Mitch, W., Westerhoff, P., & Dotson, A. (2008). Control of N-DBP precursors: How does that compare to the control of THM precursors? In American Water Works Association - American Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008 (pp. 2369-2401)

Control of N-DBP precursors : How does that compare to the control of THM precursors? / Krasner, Stuart W.; Mitch, William; Westerhoff, Paul; Dotson, Aaron.

American Water Works Association - American Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008. 2008. p. 2369-2401.

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Krasner, SW, Mitch, W, Westerhoff, P & Dotson, A 2008, Control of N-DBP precursors: How does that compare to the control of THM precursors? in American Water Works Association - American Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008. pp. 2369-2401, American Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008, Atlanta, GA, United States, 6/8/12.
Krasner SW, Mitch W, Westerhoff P, Dotson A. Control of N-DBP precursors: How does that compare to the control of THM precursors? In American Water Works Association - American Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008. 2008. p. 2369-2401
Krasner, Stuart W. ; Mitch, William ; Westerhoff, Paul ; Dotson, Aaron. / Control of N-DBP precursors : How does that compare to the control of THM precursors?. American Water Works Association - American Water Works Association Association Annual Conference and Exposition, ACE 2008. 2008. pp. 2369-2401
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