AWWA updates Iron and Manganese Removal Handbook with new edition
The second edition covers new regulations and environmental changes. Topics included are discussed through field experiences and case studies.
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DENVER — Nov. 2, 2015 — The American Water Works Association‘s (AWWA) newest publication, Iron and Manganese Removal Handbook, Second Edition, by John Civardi and Mark Tompeck, is now available in AWWA’s online store as a hard copy or PDF download, according to a press release.
The second edition covers new regulations and environmental changes, noted the release. Topics included are discussed through field experiences and case studies.
The handbook analyzes “current and emerging methods, guidance for handling residuals, details on treatment process selection, and design and background on expanded regulations and health impacts,” stated the release. Readers can also learn about the processes and calculations used to remove iron and manganese before they reach consumers.
Co-author John Civardi has more than 25 years of experience in the water treatment industry, reported the release. He served as a lead project engineer on several iron and manganese removal projects. Civardi earned the New England Water Works Association’s Dexter Brackett Award for Best Paper in 2003.
Mark Tompeck is senior vice president in Hatch Mott MacDonald
’s Water Division as well as the firm’s water practice leader, shared the release. He has been involved in design and construction projects for treatment facilities, pumping stations, chemical storage/feed facilities, water and sewer pipelines, storage tanks and wells.
The publication is available at a discounted rate to AWWA members, noted the release.
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