Legacy of Manganese Accumulation in Water Systems - 4314
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2015 $398,095.40 Ms. Maureen Hodgins Philip Brandhuber HDR, Inc.
This project improves the industry's understanding of the nature and extent of problems associated with manganese that has and continues to accumulate in water systems. The project identified effective and cost-feasible strategies to remove legacy manganese. A utility self-assessment framework was developed that estimates the risk of manganese accumulation, the range of costs associated with manganese accumulation, and possible mitigation measures. Research partner: EPA. Published in 2015.

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Legacy of Manganese Accumulation in Water Systems 43147/30/2015 
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