Answered by tamara (6030 pts) 2 years Ago
problem with copper in effluent, which is best way to treat or chemical to use to treat
have a limit of 0.045 for copper in effluent, we are using magnesium hydroxide to treat and still do not meet limit Bernauer Tinicum Township wwtp
Answered by Bilbo (2190 pts) 2 years Ago
Copper contamination in sludge – where's it coming from?
Our sludge consistently produces levels of copper that render it unacceptable for spreading purposes. The weird thing is that there is no local industrial activity such as tree farming or market gardening that could explain it. Local spring water is not particularly high in the metal, nor is the d...