Modeling THM formation in treated and reclaimed wastewater

Stuart W. Krasner, Zaid K. Chowdhury, Shahnawaz Sinha, Paul Westerhoff, Baiyang Chen, Gary Amy

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Abstract

use in a wastewater and reclaimed water study. Adjusting the chlorine dose to compensate for the ammonia demand of poorly nitrified wastewaters is a critical step. Because the properties of EfOM-and the reactivity to form DBPs-are different from NOM in drinking water, the equations may need to be modified to more accurately predict DBP formation in treated wastewater. The use of a central tendency correction factor is being explored. These equations-or some modified versions-are being used as part of a fate-andtransport modeling effort and in treatability studies. These tools can be used by the wastewater and drinking water industry to better understand the impact of treated wastewater on DBP precursor loadings during direct or indirect reuse.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2005 Water Quality Technology Conference Proceedings, WQTC 2005
StatePublished - 2005
Event2005 Water Quality Technology Conference, WQTC 2005 - Quebec City, QC, Canada
Duration: Nov 6 2005Nov 10 2005

Other

Other2005 Water Quality Technology Conference, WQTC 2005
CountryCanada
CityQuebec City, QC
Period11/6/0511/10/05

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Wastewater
wastewater
modeling
Potable water
drinking water
water industry
Chlorine
chlorine
Ammonia
ammonia
Water
Industry
water

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Water Science and Technology

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Krasner, S. W., Chowdhury, Z. K., Sinha, S., Westerhoff, P., Chen, B., & Amy, G. (2005). Modeling THM formation in treated and reclaimed wastewater. In 2005 Water Quality Technology Conference Proceedings, WQTC 2005

Modeling THM formation in treated and reclaimed wastewater. / Krasner, Stuart W.; Chowdhury, Zaid K.; Sinha, Shahnawaz; Westerhoff, Paul; Chen, Baiyang; Amy, Gary.

2005 Water Quality Technology Conference Proceedings, WQTC 2005. 2005.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Krasner, SW, Chowdhury, ZK, Sinha, S, Westerhoff, P, Chen, B & Amy, G 2005, Modeling THM formation in treated and reclaimed wastewater. in 2005 Water Quality Technology Conference Proceedings, WQTC 2005. 2005 Water Quality Technology Conference, WQTC 2005, Quebec City, QC, Canada, 11/6/05.
Krasner SW, Chowdhury ZK, Sinha S, Westerhoff P, Chen B, Amy G. Modeling THM formation in treated and reclaimed wastewater. In 2005 Water Quality Technology Conference Proceedings, WQTC 2005. 2005
Krasner, Stuart W. ; Chowdhury, Zaid K. ; Sinha, Shahnawaz ; Westerhoff, Paul ; Chen, Baiyang ; Amy, Gary. / Modeling THM formation in treated and reclaimed wastewater. 2005 Water Quality Technology Conference Proceedings, WQTC 2005. 2005.
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