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Water Environment Research’s August Article Examines Peracetic Acid
Check out the latest open access article in Water Environment Research and discover why it’s become a leading industry source for original water research that’s always ahead of the curve. Authors Coyle et al. examine the use of peracetic acid (PAA) as a disinfectant for wet weather flows due to its effectiveness (4-log removal) and convenience (PAA systems often require a smaller footprint than alternative systems). In addition, PAA does not contribute to disinfection byproduct formation. Dosages between 5 and 15 mg/L were found to be effective for relatively short contact times (2 to 10 minutes), an important consideration for wet weather flow conditions.
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