AWWA Water Science

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ISSN / EISSN : 2577-8161 / 2577-8161
Current Publisher: Wiley (10.1002)
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, Deborah Vacs Renwick, Morgan McCabe, Adam Cadwallader, Hannah Holsinger, Charlene Kormondy,
Published: 10 May 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1223

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Published: 1 May 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1227

Published: 31 March 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1221

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Kade J. Beck, , , Zachary B. Sharp
Published: 25 March 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1220

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Edna G. Fernandez‐Figueroa, Riley P. Buley, Mario U. G. Barros, Matthew F. Gladfelter, William D. McClimans,
Published: 12 March 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1219

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Bernardo Cardenas, , Eliza Breder, Jacqueline W. Torbert
Published: 9 March 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1218

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Levi M. Haupert, , Thomas F. Speth,
Published: 1 March 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1222

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, Pat Ransom, Mark Guttridge, Thomas F. Speth
Published: 1 March 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1224

Abstract:
When choosing a treatment technology for nitrate or perchlorate removal, drinking water utilities overwhelmingly choose ion exchange. However, of late, biological treatment and point‐of‐use systems have received a great deal of attention. This article utilizes several new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency models to estimate the cost of nitrate and perchlorate treatment for small drinking water systems. The analysis here shows that, when comparing the three technologies for a typical set of design choices and drinking water quality conditions, the least‐cost option varies among the three depending on system size. This relationship varies with changes to the water quality and design factors such as, but not restricted to, influent nitrate and perchlorate concentrations, the choice of residual management options, and the presence of co‐contaminants and competing ions. Article Impact Statement Small systems that struggle with nitrate and perchlorate contamination will benefit from this evaluation of treatment costs.
Published: 28 January 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1216

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, Rain Richard, Carlos Leyva, ,
Published: 28 January 2021
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AWWA Water Science, Volume 3; doi:10.1002/aws2.1214

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