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Unintended Consequences of Implementing Nitrosamine Control Strategies

Tue, May 14, 2019 3:00 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}, 1 hour 29 mins

NDMA is the nitrosamine detected most frequently in drinking water, and the U.S. EPA continues to consider the impact of nitrosamines formation during disinfection at drinking water treatment plants, as indicated in its third Six-Year Review of the Safe Drinking Water Act (82 FR 3518). If EPA decides to regulate NDMA, affected water systems will need to explore strategies to reduce concentrations in their finished water and distribution systems. While numerous NDMA control strategies have been identified, most options carry simultaneous compliance, operational, and/or cost implications. This webcast presents findings from WRF’s project Unintended Consequences of Implementing Nitrosamine Control Strategies (4491), which focuses on 1) evaluating the unintended consequences of implementing nitrosamine control strategies, and 2) developing practical guidelines for water systems to identify control strategies while considering those consequences.

Richard A. Brown, PE, Vice President, Cornwell Engineering Group

Ashley Evans, PE, Biological Drinking Water Treatment Discipline Lead, Arcadis
Caroline Russell, PhD, PE, BCEE, Principal Technologist, Carollo Engineers, Inc.

Djanette Khiari, PhD, Research Manager, The Water Research Foundation

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