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Novel treatment methods for reduction of bromide and iodide in drinking water sources

Project Number # 1015

Novel treatment methods for reduction of bromide and iodide in drinking water sources (ARC)

Project Leader:  Cynthia Joll

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This project aimed to develop innovative new water treatment processes to selectively remove both bromide and iodide from potable source waters by:

  • Drawing together all relevant information on adverse impacts of elevated levels of bromide and iodide from related current water quality projects, and build on this information if necessary
  • Developing innovative new water treatment processes to selectively remove both bromide and iodide from potable source waters
  • Determining if reducing the bromide and iodide concentrations reduces the concentration of disinfection by-products and improves the organoleptic

ARC Project Number LP100100285

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