Because mixing did NOT provide adequate contact the
with the material
As part of the Kinetics Experiments, the seven materials were evaluated by exposing a controlled amount of the material to a known mass of arsenic. Subsamples were collected at the following time intervals: 1 minute, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 2 hours, 4 hours, 8 hours, and 24 hours.
A preliminary summary report has been submitted by Dr. Brian Whitman and Mr.
Brian Oram to Mrs.
Valerie Bell, Engelhard Project Researcher.
The laboratory technician in the photos is Mr. John Pagoda. He is a research assistant and consultant working with the Center for Environmental Quality at Wilkes University and B.F. Environmental Consultants Inc.
Note: The research has expanded to evaluate a new treatment process - known as POW. POW is a new treatment process that has applications related to Mine Water Treatment, Flow Back Water Treatment, and Water Reuse Application. The process can be used to treat fluids and process waters and the by-products consist of activated materials that can be used for other applications in water treatment, such as cation reduction, anion reduction, and a potential biocide.
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