Iodine Addition to Drinking Water for Perchlorate Mitigation : Engineering Feasibility

@inproceedings{WILDMAN2015IodineAT,
  title={Iodine Addition to Drinking Water for Perchlorate Mitigation : Engineering Feasibility},
  author={CLAIRE F. WILDMAN and Deepa Gandhi and Michael C. Kavanaugh},
  year={2015}
}
2015 © American Water Works Association JOURNAL AWWA JUNE 2015 | 107:6 Perchlorate (ClO4 –) is an inorganic anion that has both anthropogenic and natural sources in the environment. Highly soluble in water, it readily migrates from soils into groundwater but does not volatilize from water to air (USEPA 2012a). Nationwide testing of public water systems (PWSs) for perchlorate under the first Unregulated Contaminants Monitoring Rule (UCMR 1) showed that, overall, approximately 4% of the 3,870… CONTINUE READING