• STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGIES AND TERMINOLOGIES FOR IRON AND MANGANESE CONTROL

    Author(s):
    Lawrence K Wang (see profile) , Mu-Hao Sung Wang
    Editor(s):
    Yuriy I. Pankivskyi
    Date:
    2022
    Group(s):
    Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    Subject(s):
    Groundwater, Water quality, Water-supply, Iron, Manganese, United States. Extension Service, Agriculture, United Nations Industrial Development Organization
    Item Type:
    Book
    Tag(s):
    Cooperative Extension Service (CES), Memoir, United Nations, Water Purification, Groundwater Treatment, Industrial Water Supply, Iron, Manganese, State-of-the-Art Technologies, University of Illinois
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/576t-r212
    Abstract:
    Wang, MHS and Wang, LK (2022). State-of-the-art technologies and terminologies for iron and manganese control. In: “Environmental Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)”, Wang, LK, Wang, MHS and Pankivskyi, YI (eds.), 2022(12A), STEM-VOL2022-NUM12A-DEC2022. 80 pages. December 2022, Lenox Institute Press, Massachusetts, USA. https://doi.org/10.17613/576t-r212 .... ABSTRACT: This publication covers the subjects of : (a) the sources, environmental engineering significance, environmental impact, types, concentrations and problems of soluble iron Fe (II) and manganese Mn (II) in groundwater, (b) The Cooperative Extension Service (CES), and the Secondary Maximum Contaminant Levels (SMCL) recommended by the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) for iron and manganese in the drinking water; (c) the state-of-the-art technologies for control or removal of iron and manganese; (d) the recommended dosages of various oxidants for conversion of soluble Fe (II) and Mn (II) to their insoluble forms of Fe (III) and Mn (IV), respectively; (e) the US 10 States Standards for design of iron and manganese removal facilities; (f) the advantages and disadvantages of various iron and manganese control or removal processes; (g) the rules of thumbs for process system selection; (h) the latest research and developments (R&D) and call for further research; and (i) all related technical terminologies, such as sequestering chemicals, polyphosphate, sodium silicate, potassium permanganate, oxygen, ozone, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, biological oxidation, aeration, chemical oxidation, catalytic oxidation, filtration, oxidizing filtration, manganese greensand, birm, manganese dioxide filtration media, Pyrolox, Pro-OX, ion exchange, softener, dissolved air flotation (DAF), induced air flotation (IAF), electroflotation (EF), physicochemical sequencing batch reactor (PC-SBR), Mangazur, Ferazur, Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP).
    Notes:
    Sequestering Chemicals, Biological Oxidation, Aeration, Chemical Oxidation, Catalytic Oxidation, Filtration, Oxidizing Filtration, Manganese Greensand, Birm, Manganese Dioxide Filtration Media, Pyrolox, Pro-OX Iron Filter, Filox, Catalox, Katalox, MangOX, Ion Exchange, Softener, Air Flotation, Electroflotation (EF), Physicochemical Sequencing Batch Reactor (PC-SBR), Mangazur Filtration System, Ferazur-Mangazur Filtration System, Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP).
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