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Research Shows That AMS’ Online THM Monitoring Technology Is a Viable Method to Accurately Predict THM Precursor Content and Network THM Levels

A research project collaboration between the Water and Energy Technology Center at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Ma., and AMS tested a novel method for near real-time analysis of disinfection byproduct precursors and natural organic matter properties in water supplies. AMS’ online THM and THM Formation Potential monitoring technology was shown to be a viable method to accurately predict THM precursor content and network THM levels. The collaboration was funded by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.

 

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Online Monitor for Low-level THM Detection in Treated Wastewater

The City of Paso Robles, California used a new online THM monitor capable of low-level real-time detection of DBCM and BDCM to help characterize and monitor THMs their treated wastewater for ground water recharge use. The high frequency of reliable and accurate THM data provided by the online instrument proved essential to the City’s DBP strategy to obtain regulatory compliance with NPDES permit levels.

 

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Arizona Facility Uses Ammonia-Laden Centrate for THM Control

The Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department is using the THM-100™ to optimize its chlorine injection process. The Tres Rios Water Reclamation Facility is using ammonia-laden centrate for THM control. The THM-100 monitor enables the facility to optimize its chlorine injection process and minimize the formation of THMs in its effluent water by providing the operational staff with immediate and accurate daily reports on THM levels. The complete article as published in the September 2015 issue of Water & Wastes Digest can be read here.

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