This course Groundwater Wells with Iron is offered two times on the same day, attendees ONLY need to register once to take this course.
One of the most common minerals found in groundwater wells is iron. This mineral can cause a multitude of problems including colored water, taste and odor issues, as well as potential unwanted bacteria. This workshop will cover the problems associated with iron in drinking water sources, as well as troubleshooting the best removal techniques. Mitigation for iron issues includes flushing programs, chemical oxidation with chlorine or potassium permanganate, oxidation/sedimentation, oxidation/filtration, ion exchange filtration and sequestration.
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