• System Design & Engineering
In 2010, the USEPA included 1,4-dioxane as “likely to be carcinogenic to humans”. Although not presently a USEPA regulated drinking water contaminant, the client proactively wanted 1,4-dioxane removed from water being treated at a NJ well field. A field-scale advanced oxidation process pilot system was built to remove groundwater constituents, including 1,4-dioxane. The system was sized to treat a minimum continuous flow of 500 gpm. The Facility is located in a Regulated Floodway, Special Flood Hazard Area, therefore it was constructed in a mobile trailer. A full scale system is being evaluated.