Technologies And Costs For The Treatment And Disposal Of Waste Byproducts From Water Treatments For The Removal Of Inorganic And Radioactive Contaminants (Revised Draft).(See U.S. EPA Headquarters Library Copy #PB89-192363).
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is establishing National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for a number of inorganic, radionuclide and corrosion related contaminants.
This document evaluates waste disposal options, and associated costs, for drinking water treatment processes which remove the following contaminants: Nitrates, Barium, Mercury, Silver, Arsenic, Selenium, Chromium, Cadmium, Lead, Copper, Cyanide, Flouride, Radon, Uranium, Man-made Radionuclides and Radium.
This report identifies the options for disposing of the waste byproducts from the drinking water treatment processes and develops cost estimates for the specific waste disposal options.
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