The waste water of incinerators contains mercury and other harmful contaminants. Ion exchange resins are used to remove the inorganic impurities below the detection limits to ensure to meet the local and national water quality regulations.
Groundwater needs to be treated before the use as drinking water if it is contaminated above local limits. Detrimental constituents such as chromate, nitrate, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), surfactants, and perchlorate can and will be bound to ion exchange resins. Ionic and non-ionic contaminants, which could otherwise disrupt operations in biological water treatment plants or endanger the environment, can be removed from waste water just as efficiently. *Please rewrite, because it is too close to the Lanxess text.
INCINCERATION / GROUND WATER REMEDIATION: PROCESSES
Heavy Metal Removal
Heavy metal removal from Drinking water, ground water and Industrial water.
Selective mercury removal from Drinking water, ground water and Industrial water.
Waste Water Treatment
Treatment of waste water.
INCINCERATION / GROUND WATER REMEDIATION: PRODUCTS
These are a special set of resins for ion exchange processes where there is a high presence of competing ions.
W A C
WAC are polyacrylic, gel or macro ion exchange beads. They have the unique carboxylic acid functions.
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