NJ Water Commission Installs its First UV AOP System for Remediation of 1,4-Dioxane
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Groundwater is a critical resource for potable water supply in the United States. While not typically contaminated with microorganisms, it is well known that plumes of chemical contamination are a common occurrence in groundwater aquifers and in many cases these plumes can spread and cover a large area of an aquifer, potentially entering the extraction wells used by public community water providers, and private homes. In recent years the term “forever chemicals” has been used to describe groundwater contaminants that enter aquifers and due to their unique chemical properties can linger in that environment.

Download the case study to learn how Trojan Technologies approached the problem, and implemented a solution at the Woodbine Water Treatment Plant in New Jersey.