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Arsenic Research Arsenic Research Drinking Water Research
In-House and Field Research SBIR and STAR ETV Arsenic in Drinking Water Arsenic Removal Demonstrations
 
 
EPA’s research into implementing the new Arsenic Rule is an integrated, multidisciplinary program. It focused on the development and evaluation of innovative methods and cost-effective technologies for improving the assessment and control of arsenic contamination.

In 2002, EPA initiated the Arsenic Removal Technology Demonstration Program to evaluate the performance, reliability, and cost of arsenic removal technologies and their effect on distribution systems. Two rounds of full-scale, commercially ready treatment technology demonstrations across the country provided states and water utility operators with important information about removing arsenic from their drinking water.

Recent Publications

Costs of Arsenic Removal Technologies for Small Water Systems: U.S. EPA Arsenic Removal Technology Demonstration Program (PDF) (EPA/600/R-11/090) September 2011

Arsenic/Radium Removal from Drinking Water by the HMO Process U.S. EPA Demonstration Project at Greenville, WI (13 pp, 352 kB) (EPA/600/R-11/087) August 2011

Arsenic Removal From Drinking Water by Adsorptive Media, U.S. EPA Demonstration Project at Geneseo Hills Subdivision in Geneseo, IL, Final Performance Evaluation Report (PDF) (81 pp, 2.3 MB) (EPA/600/R-11/074) July 2011

Arsenic Removal From Drinking Water by Coagulation/Filtration, U.S. EPA Demonstration Project at Conneaut Lake Park in Conneaut Lake, PA, Final Performance Evaluation Report (PDF) (82 pp, 3.4 MB) (EPA/600/R-11/073) July 2011

Arsenic Removal From Drinking Water by Adsorptive Media, U.S. EPA Demonstration Project at Seely-Brown Village in Pomfret, CT, Final Performance Evaluation Report (PDF) (71 pp, 2.1 MB) (EPA/600/R-11/072) July 2011

Contact
Tom Sorg
513-569-7370
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Arsenic removal demonstrations are conducted at selected public water facilities across the United States. The program was divided into two rounds of demonstrations: Round 1 included funding for 12 locations; Round 2 and Round 2a included funding for 27 locations and 10 locations respectively.
Demonstrations by Region
Demonstrations by Round
Demonstrations by State
Contact
Demonstration Program
How to Participate
FAQ
Collaborations
Compliance
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