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MODELING PILOT-SCALE GAC PFAS ADSORPTION FOR THE SIMULATION OF FULL-SCALE PERFORMANCE AND COSTS
Burkhardt, J., C. Vandermeyden, N. Burns, D. Mobley, C. Patterson, R. Khera, et al.
AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference, 3-7 November, Dallas, TX, 2019

This presentation discusses modeling PFAS removal with granular activated carbon and other resources associated with PFAS removal from drinking water. The presentation specifically discusses the process of extending pilot data into full-scale predictions of bed replacement frequency and costing efforts as well as information associated with the treatability database. Download the presentation at https://cfpub.epa.gov/si/si_public_record_report.cfm?Lab=CESER&dirEntryId=348070 See EPA's webpage for available PFAS Data and Tools https://www.epa.gov/pfas/epa-pfas-data-and-tools



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