Manganese Removal From Groundwater: Role of Biological and Physico-Chemical Autocatalytic Processes.
Manganese Removal From Groundwater: Role of Biological and Physico-Chemical Autocatalytic Processes
In his June 2016 doctoral dissertation at the Delft University of Technology and the UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Bruins presents the results of his experimentation with innovative methods of removing manganese from groundwater that simultaneously remove iron and ammonia. He covers assessing manganese removal from over 100 groundwater treatment plants, manganese removal from groundwater: the characterization of filter media coating, the biological and physico-chemical formation of birnessite during the ripening of manganese removal filters, identifying the bacterial population in manganese removal filters, reducing the ripening time of full-scale manganese removal filters with manganese oxide coated media, and factors controlling the ripening of manganese removal filters in conventional aeration-filtration groundwater treatment. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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|Date:||Mar 1, 2017|
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