Getting Out From Under

Granular activated carbon adsorption helps an Ohio city comply with TTHM limits while effectively resolving odor and taste issues

The City of Celina, Ohio, supplies drinking water to 11,647 residents of the city and the East Jefferson District. Its source water, the 21-square-mile Grand Lake, contains high total organic carbon (TOC) and supports a high concentration of Planktothrix algae, causing severe taste...

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