Riverbank filtration : improving source-water quality by Chittaranjan Ray; Gina Melin; Ronald B Linsky

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Flugum, P. Jeane, and L. Tribbet-Peelen (1999). ” Proceedings, International Riverbank Filtration Conference, National Water Research Institute, Fountain Valley, California. K. Borah, D. S. Roadcap (1998). ” Journal American Water Works Association, 90(7): 90-100. J. Brauch, and W. Kühn (2001). ” Proceedings, International Riverbank Filtration Conference, Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Wasserwerke im Rheineinzugsgebeit (IAWR), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 139-148. , S. Regli, and J. Chen (2002).

In essence, this decision required further studies to define the condition that would enable the use of the well as groundwater not considered under the influence of surface water. , 1999). It was determined that for 83 percent of the time, Collector Well 5 was considered groundwater while, for 17 percent of the time, it was determined to be groundwater under the direct influence of surface water. Most of the poor-quality water was produced during the winter months when the river level is high and water demand is low.

7. The Value of Applying RBF as a Pretreatment Technology Based upon the above discussions, it is clear that RBF systems can help utilities in various ways. Most importantly, RBF is an asset to these utilities. The purpose of investing in such an asset 14 RAY ET AL. , the wells, delivery system, and treatment trains) is to benefit from the services that make an RBF system valued by both the utility and consumers receiving the product of that investment: drinking water. The various services that high-quality drinking water provide often have unrecognized values.

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