Finding Alternatives and Less Shortage Risk Chemicals in Water Treatment
Water treatment chemicals are critical to the provision of safe, wholesome drinking water; a shortage could present a substantial risk to water supply. This project identified chemical and non-chemical alternatives that could reduce dependence on a number of key water treatment chemicals, including phosphoric acid, polyelectrolytes and chlorine gas.
The effects of future chemical shortages could be mitigated by focused research and development on alternative chemicals and technologies, and appropriate forward planning by water companies.
|UKWIR Reference :- 15/DW/14/10||Published Date :- 30/07/2015|
|Retail Price (£) :- 15||ISBN :- 1 84057 781 9|
Supporting Material and Reports
| Finding Alternatives and Less Shortage Risk Chemicals in Water Treatment CD|