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Aging and Copper Corrosion By-Product Release: Role of Common Anions, Impact of Silica and Chlorine, and Mitigating Release in New Pipe
(Virginia Tech, 2000-12-15)
It is desirable to reduce leaching of copper from home plumbing because of environmental concerns and to comply with stringent regulation of copper in wastewater and drinking water. The solubility of the scale (oxidized ...
Mercury Emissions from Polyurethane Flooring in Gymnasiums
(Virginia Tech, 2010-05-05)
From the 1960s to the 1980s, many schools throughout the country installed synthetic flooring in indoor gymnasiums that contained mercury which was used as a catalyst in the polyurethane formulation. Many of these floors ...
Performance Evaluation and Yield Determination of a Full-Scale Biological Aerated Filter
(Virginia Tech, 2001-03-16)
Biological aerated filters (BAFs) are an emerging wastewater treatment technology designed for a wide range of municipal and industrial applications. BAFs utilize an inert media, either dense granular or floating, which ...