The initial water source may be municipal water, surface water, groundwater or recycled plant water. Organic species are typically present and require removal prior to process use (water processing).
Water Processing Technologies/Solutions:
Even when the incoming process water is from a municipal drinking water source, the water may contain unwanted contaminants or compounds.
Activated carbons (granular and powdered) can be used to remove chlorine and chloramines along with other organic contaminants and particles to help ensure water meets process requirements. Catalytic activated carbons provide faster reaction rates than conventional carbons, requiring smaller adsorption equipment and less carbon in use.Learn More >>
Calgon Carbon can offer safe and economical spent carbon handling and thermal reactivation in conjunction with fresh carbon supply and provide personnel and equipment to perform the carbon exchange on a turnkey basis.Learn More >>
Calgon Carbon's ion exchange technologies are used for the purification of process water contaminated by organic and inorganic compounds, as well as the separation and recovery of materials from process water streams, for a variety of industries.Learn More >>
CCC can bundle the performance advantages of activated carbon with equipment (service or purchase) and related services, to provide full turnkey solutions. Many times the equipment will be customized to fit the requirements of the application and customer site requirements.Learn More >>