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The effects of seasonal change, impoundment, and stratification on trihalomethane precursors
(Virginia Tech, 1990-04-05)
<p>The major objectives of this study were to investigate the effects of seasonal changes in Lake Manassas and its watershed (late winter to late summer), the impoundment of Broad Run, and the stratification of Lake Manassas ...
The removal of pesticides and heavy metals by reverse osmosis
(Virginia Tech, 1990-03-10)
Distribution of petroleum products with respect to boating activity in a reservoir
(Virginia Tech, 1992)
The Fairfax County Water Authority response to the Colonial oil spill of March 28, 1993
(Virginia Tech, 1994-04-18)
The Fairfax County Water Authority (FCW A) is one of the largest water purveyors in Virginia, producing an average of 111 million gallons of water per day for approximately 960,000 people. Located in Northern Virginia, FCW ...
Comparison of ion chromatography and flow injection analysis methods for monitoring chlorite and chlorate ions in drinking water
(Virginia Tech, 1991-12-05)
<p>Up-coming regulations on chlorine dioxide in drinking water treatment require low level measurement of chlorite ion (CI0<sub>2</sub>-) and chlorate ion (CI0<sub>3</sub>-). This research investigated analysis of ...
Granular activated carbon pretreatment for the removal of trihalomethane precursors
(Virginia Tech, 1980-05-04)
The effect of three holding tank chemicals on anaerobic wastewater treatment
(Virginia Tech, 1988-07-05)
Sewage-holding tanks aboard recreational boats store human wastes, thereby preventing the direct discharge of wastewater to the aquatic environment. Water-conserving toilets and limited holding tank volumes produce a highly ...
Greenhouse and laboratory study for the land application of water treatment residual
(Virginia Tech, 1991-06-05)
The disposal of water treatment residual has received little attention due to a lack of regulation, funding, and concern about their environmental impacts. Many treatment plants discharge alum residual directly into nearby ...