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Veolia Water Releases Study on Process to Remove Pharmaceuticals, Phosphorus from Wastewater

http://www.wwdmag.com/wastewater/veolia-water-releases-study-process-remove-pharmaceuticals-phosphorus-wastewater

 

New technology removes 75% of pharmaceuticals in wastewater

Veolia Water North America announced study findings that showed the successful removal of pharmaceuticals and phosphorus from wastewater using its Actiflo Carb technology. Over the course of an eight-week study, the presence of phosphorus and a variety of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs), ranging from ointments to medications, were monitored after adding Actiflo Carb to the traditional wastewater treatment process. With the use of Actiflo Carb, 75% of the selected PPCPs were removed from the wastewater.

Permanent link to this article: http://schuylkillheadwaters.org/2012/veolia-water-releases-study-on-process-to-remove-pharmaceuticals-phosphorus-from-wastewater/

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